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1013 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States


The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

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Call for November Stated Meeting

Seattle Presbytery

AT: Capitol Hill PC, located at 1729 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122-2227

ON: Tuesday November 16, 2010
        3:45 pm Pre-Presbytery Meeting
        5:00 pm Meeting Convenes and Worship
        6:30 pm Dinner
        7:15 pm Meeting continues

PRESIDING: Elder Kay Stelter, Moderator

DIRECTIONS: click here 

EMERGENCY CALLS: To reach anyone at this meeting, call Sara Smith at 206-310-1899.

HANDICAPPED FACILITIES: The facilities are handicapped accessible.

MEAL ARRANGEMENTS: The cost of this meal is $6.00, payable to the Presbytery of Seattle.  A Meal Pre-Payment Form is available here or you may purchase your ticket at the meeting. Pre-paid tickets may be picked up at the meeting Registration Desk.

CHILD CARE: Childcare will be available for this meeting.

IMPORTANT:  Papers, reports, and other materials pertinent to this meeting are available here. Printed papers will be available at the Registration Table on the day of the meeting.

PARKING: Parking is limited and carpooling is strongly encouraged.  There are two small lots immediately adjacent the church (~12 spaces per), and a medium-sized lot across the street (~60 spaces).  Limited street parking is also available nearby.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011 – Steel Lake PC

The Seattle Presbytery represents a bond of union, community, and mission among Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) congregations in the Seattle Area.  As such, many individual Presbyterians and others are interested in the work and activities of the Seattle Presbytery.  As a participant or observer of this meeting or event, your image, name, and voice, as well as any presentation, speech or written document submitted by you to the Presbytery may be used, reproduced, distributed, and/or edited for space/story constraints by the Presbytery at any time in a variety of media including, but not limited to print and photographic media, all of which may be available on the internet.  You may refuse publication of textual materials and photographs in which you are included by contacting within three days of this meeting (in person, phone, mail, e-mail) Communications Coordinator Aaron Willett (206.5698556 or