An Open and Affirming congregation on Capitol Hill in Seattle
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If you have questions about Prospect, please do visit our website at www.prospectseattle.org,
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Each faith is unique and wonderful in its own way. But what unites us is greater than what divides us.
us12.campaign-archive2.com Women's Book Group meets tonight. A group plans to take part in the Women's March on Saturday. Jan Kinney will be our guest preacher on Sunday. Click for details.
This is awful. Please help if you are able.
launchgood.com This morning,( January 14, 2016) the Islamic Center of Eastside in Bellevue, Washington was burned to the ground by vandals. Please donate to help rebuild.
us12.campaign-archive2.com Guest preacher Rev. Debra Jarvis will continue our sermon series on "The Wise and Radical Jesus" with a sermon titled "Taming the Bully" illustrated by 3 Charles McCollough sculptures: Turn Other Cheek, Cloak as Well, and Go the Second Mile.
Pastor Meighan's January 8 sermon, "Oppression and the Realm of God," is online: http://www.prospectseattle.org/site/1/docs/20170108%20Oppression%20and%20the%20Realm%20of%20God.pdf
The January 2017 issue of Sojourners includes related articles.
us12.campaign-archive1.com Learn more about this week's guest preacher Debra Jarvis and find links to articles that connect with recent sermons and discussions. Recent guest preacher Michael Dowd gives a free public lecture at University Congregational UCC TONIGHT!
us12.campaign-archive1.com This Sunday marks the beginning of a sermon series on "The Wise and Radical Jesus," including an exhibit of Charles McCollough's sculptures. Rev. Meighan Pritchard will share a message titled "Oppression and the Realm of God." A short congregational meeting will follow the worship service. No Godly…
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Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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