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Seattle, WA, 98104
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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.

10/5: Faith & Citizenship


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10/5: Faith & Citizenship

  • University PC 4540 15th Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA, 98105 United States (map)

How does faith translate into active citizenship? Join us at 7 pm in UPC's sanctuary on 4 consecutive Wednesday evenings this fall to explore this question with panelists who are deeply faithful to Christ and deeply engaged in public life –from all 'sides' of our current political debates.

Oct 5 – Forming and Practicing Faithful Political Positions  

Ron Sider, Ph. D (Co-Founder, Evangelicals for Social Action, seminary professor, and author “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger” and “Just Politics”) and the Honorable Edmund C. Moy (former director of US Mint, special assistant to the president for presidential personnel at the White House)

Oct. 12 --  Why Be Personally Engaged in Politics?   

Susan Hutchison (UPC member and Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party) and Tim Burgess (member at Bethany Presbyterian and Member-at-Large, Seattle City Council)

Oct. 19 – Faith in Action:  Engaging Local Issues  

Dan Satterberg (King County Prosecutor) on criminal justice reform, with Stew Bowerman (UPC Associate Director of International Ministries) on personal involvement in racial justice; and Brian Chandler (Union Gospel Mission leader of Men's Outreach & Jungle outreach team) on homelessness.

Oct. 26 – Immigration, Ethnic Diversity & Worship 

Dr. Joe Castleberry (President, Northwest University and author of “The New Pilgrims - How Immigrants are Renewing America's Faith and Values”), and worship that reconciles, led by David Bailey of Arrabon, an organization based in in Richmond, VA, that equips the church to reflect the diverse kingdom of God (

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Earlier Event: October 4
10/4-14: Journey to Korea