Seattle Mennonite Church is an Anabaptist Christian community seeking to follow Jesus in the world.
Seattle Mennonite Church is an Anabaptist Christian community. As disciples of Jesus, we believe faith and action are inseparable elements in each person’s pilgrimage. We aim to live out our calling to offer welcome and hospitality, discern God’s will in community, worship faithfully and to build peace in our community and in the world. Sunday morning gatherings offer opportunities for worship in community, fellowship, and Christian education for children, youth and adults. Please join us!
Join us in the mountains! [NO worship in our building this week.]
seattlemennonite.org There will be NO worship at our Seattle building this coming Sunday, January 15. Church will be gathered at Camp Camrec for our annual church retreat and snow camp. +++ If you are planning to join …
In her final sermon before being sent with our blessing into her sabbatical, Pastor Amy reflects on the Epiphany story of the magi, power and kingship, fear and hope, and remembering the future of who Jesus will be.
In her final sermon before being sent with our blessing into her sabbatical, Pastor Amy reflects on the Epiphany story of the magi, power and kingship, and remembering the future of who Jesus will be.
Today is Epiphany, also known as "Little Christmas" or "Women's Christmas" in some parts of the world. Bringing the Christmas season to a close, this Irish tradition provided opportunity for women, who were primarily responsible for the domestic duties associated with holiday celebrations, to gather together for rest and respite.
Jan Richardson has created a retreat resource that is adaptable to a wide range of settings, whether personal or communal. I have found her Women's Christmas retreat resources to be meaningful in years past and look forward to an opportunity to engage this resource this year.
She writes: "This year's retreat is titled "Walking the Way of Hope." As I continue to make a life in the wake of my husband's unexpected death, I have found myself thinking a lot about hope. I have learned how persistent hope is, how stubborn. It keeps finding me and inviting me to engage my life and this world. This retreat offers an invitation for you to do some reflecting, wondering, and dreaming about how you experience hope in your own life, and what invitations it holds for you, especially when it becomes hard to hope."
sanctuaryofwomen.com Image: Wise Women Also Came © Jan Richardson Friends, it is that time of year when I get to wish you a Merry Women’s Christmas and share a gift that I’ve created for you in celebration …
All-church DANCE this coming Saturday!! Join us for a fun and fabulous dance party at 6:00pm; suitable for children (starts early!) and elders (starts early!) and 20-30-somethings (starts early enough you can still go out afterward!). Bring a spirit of fun and generosity... Our youth are hosting and your pledges for song plays, refreshments, and some other fun surprises will help further their fundraising effort for the 2017 Mennonite Youth Assembly.
Sunday, January 29th @ 7pm
Seattle Mennonite Church, 3120 NE 125th St., Seattle
We'll be viewing and discussing this great documentary on the theme of 'Jubilee as Restorative Justice: Settler Response-Abilities'
The film highlights the coming together of Lutheran, Mennonite and the Young Chippewayan First Nation to acknowledge the history that has brought them to their present confrontation. A chief and descendant of the Young Chippewayan Band decides to invite the local community to a meeting where myths, assumptions and fears are shattered as this old injustice is about to provide an opportunity for friendship and renew a fierce determination to repair the wrongs of the past.
Join us tonight at 7:00 for worship and song: Lessons and carols and Silent Night in candle light. Even if you can't make it, may you have a blessed and joyous Christmas, welcoming the Light into the world.
A small group of us took our caroling outside the church walls on Sunday and into our neighborhood. May we be attentive to all those for whom this is a particularly hard, lonely, grief-filled season. With whom might you share presence in these coming days?
"Mary had for an inspiration not just her foremother Hannah’s example of a truth-telling Revolutionary Mama, but also the image of a God who tends her children and scolds those who claim more than their share, who topples power structures and levels playing fields. Mary knew herself to be a kindred daughter of a Revolutionary Mama God in whose image she had been made and whose song she’d learned to sing."
~Pastor Megan wrote an Advent reflection for The Mennonite yesterday
themennonite.org Megan is a precocious kid alumna and an aspiring Revolutionary Mama, serving as Lead Pastor at Seattle Mennonite Church. She loves being an aunt to five adorable littles, honorary auntie to the children of beloved friends, and auntie-mama-pastor to many, many more children of the church and world. I...
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