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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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Seattle Presbytery

The Spiritual Challenge of Mental Illness

Life will never be “normal” for those touched by serious mental illness. Learn how the church is pointing the way to a new version of normal by offering God’s grace.

It Takes a Community

Read how partnerships among churches, health-related providers, and community service groups offer the best hope for helping people affected by mental illness.

Reaching across Cultures

Learn about a new presbytery venture that’s crossing barriers of age, race, and background to offer the gospel to all people.

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A Mission of Health and Hope

Presbyterian mission co-worker Jim McGill and his Malawian Presbyterian colleagues are on a quest to deliver health and hope to people who lack clean drinking water. Read how they plan to help 300,000 people in northern Malawi gain access to safe water.

1001 in the Northwest

New worshiping communities spring up in the Northwest. Read how young leaders and Jesus-driven innovation are transforming North Puget Sound Presbytery.

YOUR Mission Yearbook

This October, learn how a Hungarian church program moves members out of their comfort zone and into the community and how Presbyterians are finding ways to create sustainable local food economies. 

Becoming a Tentmaker

This fall, the Office of Vocation will be offering a series of webinars, “Becoming a Tentmaker,” all about bi-vocational ministry. Visit theMinisters/Teaching Elders website for complete information.

Apply Now for the John C. Martin Award

Applications for the John C. Martin Award are due by September 30.  The award provides funding for new programs – or new aspects to existing programs – for teaching of the Bible at Presbyterian-relatedracial ethnic schools and colleges.Important dates, conferences, and events

November 4

Stewardship Commitment Sunday

Click here for Stewardship resources for your community of faith.

November 5–11
Presbyterian Multicultural Institute 2012
Location: Montreat Conference Center, N.C. 
Offers courses to enable and inspire clergy and laity in cultivating God’s biblical vision to gather people of diverse identities into inclusive communities of faith. Register now →

November 27–29
“Generosity in Emerging Generations”
Leadership Seminar: Ecumenical Stewardship Center
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Learn more →