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Faith Action Network offers concrete steps individuals can take in support of those affected by DACA and resources for DACA recipients.
fanwa.org Support DACA and Dreamers We’re deeply disturbed by today’s announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) is being ‘rescinded’, impacting the lives of 800,000 Dreamers. To read the official memo from the Department of Homeland Security, click here. To learn more about D...
In response to the decision to rescind DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Dean Thomason highlights "the work this cathedral community has been about this year preparing to become a sanctuary hub in a network of faith communities and other agencies."
Last weekend we had our Middle School Sleepover & Pancake Breakfast. Our goal was to get to know one another better before the school year starts and make a video to share who we are with you all.
Youth Group starts on September 10th at 6pm in the Youth Room. We'd love to see you there!
Thank you to Bishop Greg Rickel, our vestry, clergy, Fr. Rich's family, friends and parishioners who helped celebrate the New and Mutual Ministry of the Rev. Rich Weyls tonight!
A message from our Presiding Bishop including how to donate and volunteer to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Note: the following information is presented in English and Spanish
Aviso: La siguiente información se presenta en inglés y en español
Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry on Hurricane Harvey:
Our brothers and sisters in Texas and Louisiana need our help.
[August 29, 2017] From Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry:
Long ago the prophet Malachi taught that we are all children of God by virtue of our creation by the same God. "Have we not all one father? Has not one God created us," he asked (2:10). Jesus taught the same thing when he told a story about a Good Samaritan. We are indeed all the children of God. And if we are all God's children, then we are all brothers and sisters.
In our recent days, we have watched and witnessed the devastation in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Our brothers and sisters in Texas and Louisiana need our help.
Episcopal Relief & Development reminds us not to send food, clothing or other items because affected dioceses have limited or no capacity to receive, store or distribute goods. It is more efficient and better for the local economy to make a donation.
Episcopal Relief & Development already has actions in place for assistance.
• To donate to the Hurricane Harvey Response Fund to support impacted dioceses as they meet the needs of their most vulnerable neighbors after this event, visit http://www.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-harvey-response.
• Sign-up on the Ready to Serve database to register as a possible volunteer in the future. Episcopal Relief & Development staff share these lists with dioceses when they are ready to recruit external volunteers.
• Bulletin insert for use this Sunday is available here.
• The latest Episcopal Relief & Development program updates are available on Facebook and Twitter @EpiscopalRelief and here.
• Check the Episcopal Church website for updates and important information.
As our fellow Episcopalians minister to those in need they need our help not just now or in the short term, but for the long haul. Our support of Episcopal Relief & Development is a tangible, practical, effective and reliable way to do that, keep in your prayers for the people in Texas and Louisiana whose lives have been forever changed by Hurricane Harvey.
Together we are the human family of God and our efforts in times like these truly help bring God's love and ours to our sisters and brothers in great need.
The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church
El Obispo Presidente Michael Curry sobre el Huracán Harvey:
Nuestros hermanos y hermanas
de Texas y Luisiana necesitan nuestra ayuda.
Un video del Obispo Presidente está aquí
[El 29 de agosto, 2017] Del Obispo Presidente Michael Curry:
Hace mucho tiempo el profeta Malaquías enseñó que todos somos hijos de Dios en virtud de haber sido creados por el mismo Dios. “¿No tenemos todos un solo padre?, ¿no nos creó un mismo Dios?”, preguntó (2:10). Jesús enseñó lo mismo cuando contó una historia sobre un buen samaritano. De hecho, somos todos hijos de Dios. Y si todos somos hijos de Dios, entonces todos somos hermanos y hermanas.
En los últimos días, hemos visto y presenciado la devastación a raíz del huracán Harvey. Nuestros hermanos y hermanas de Texas y Luisiana necesitan nuestra ayuda.
La Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo nos indica que no enviemos comida, ropa u otros artículos porque las diócesis afectadas tienen limitada o ninguna capacidad para recibir, almacenar o distribuir bienes. Es más eficiente y mejor para la economía local hacer una donación.
La Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo nos dice qué podemos hacer para una ayuda de primera emergencia.
• Para donar al Fondo de Respuesta al Huracán Harvey a fin de apoyar a las diócesis afectadas para que satisfagan las necesidades de sus vecinos más vulnerables después de este evento, http://www.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-harvey-response
• Inscríbase en la página Listo para Servir para registrarse como posible voluntario en el futuro. El personal de la Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo comparte estas listas con las diócesis cuando están dispuestas a reclutar a voluntarios externos
• El inserto de boletín para su uso este domingo está disponible aquí
• Las últimas actualizaciones del programa de la Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo están disponibles en Facebook y Twitter @EpiscopalRelief y aqui.
• Visite el sitio web de la Iglesia Episcopal para obtener actualizaciones e información importante.
Mientras nuestros compañeros episcopales sirven a los necesitados, necesitan nuestra ayuda no sólo ahora o a corto plazo, sino a largo plazo. Nuestro apoyo a la Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo es una forma tangible, práctica, eficaz y confiable de hacerlo, recen por las personas de Texas y Luisiana cuyas vidas han sido cambiadas para siempre por el huracán Harvey.
Juntos somos la familia humana de Dios y nuestros esfuerzos en tiempos como estos realmente aportan apreciable ayuda a nuestras hermanas y hermanos en gran necesidad.
El Rvdmo. Michael B. Curry
Obispo Presidente y Primado
If you would like to help our neighbors displaced by Hurricane Harvey, please know that our Bishop Greg Rickel has been in touch with the Bishop of Texas who recommends donating to Episcopal Relief and Development or to the dioceses of Texas and West Texas. Links for donations are included in the Bishop's blog post below.
bishoprickel.wordpress.com Dear Ones, I know so many of you are concerned about the historic flooding in Houston, and the destruction and displacement of so many all along the Texas coast. As a former resident of the Dioces…
Hear a sermon by the Rev. Peter Pearson who just taught an Icon Workshop at Saint Andrew's. He reflects on how Jesus broke bread with sinners and challenges us to consider dialogue with those with whom we disagree.
saintandrewsseattle.org Who we include http://www.saintandrewsseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/pearson-8-20-17.output.mp3The Rev. Peter Pearson reflects on how Jesus was condemned for eating with sinners. In light of recent violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, we may want other people to cha...
The Rev. Terry Steig blessed the icons written this week by participants in our Icon Workshop. Special thanks to the Rev. Peter Pearson who led the workshop and delivered a moving sermon on measuring goodness by who we include. (This sermon will be available soon as a podcast on our website).
Participants in our icon workshop are completing their icons today. Join us at 8 am and 10 am worship tomorrow for a blessing of these icons and a sermon by iconographer and teacher the Rev. Peter Pearson. All are welcome!
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Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am contemplative meditation time in the Chapel and 10 am in the Sanctuary.
The page for UCUCC is meant to be a presence so that folks can find out more about us and stay connected. We do want to be clear however, that this is not a page monitored regularly by pastors. Please send prayer requests to email@example.com
The Center for Spiritual Living - Seattle is the place where people from all walks of life and spiritual paths come together to learn more about themselves, about Spirit, and about how to use spiritual principles to build a better life and world.
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! The United Church of Christ encourages the spiritual quest of each person and its churches are places to explore that journey with no tests of creed or dogma.
"A small church doing a disproportionate amount of good"
Serving Christ by building an inclusive community that helps one another understand, experience, and reflect Christ's love.
We are a friendly open and affirming congregation in North Seattle. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, we want you to feel welcome and spiritually nourished here.
We are a resilient Episcopal community working together to build the kingdom of God in our neighborhood and city. Join us as we practice our faith in Jesus
Sunday Service: 10 AM
University Presbyterian Church is a Christ-centered community in Seattle's University District. Join us on Sundays at 9am, 10:30am, or 5pm.
7930 Rainier Ave So Seattle WA 98118
Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, you have a place at Epiphany.