Welcome to our new look! It’s been a while since we’re refreshed the website, so check it out--now even more streamlined and in sync than ever before.
Our 50 churches, 7 fellowships and 3 missional communities may be spread out around the city and the sound, yet we are connected to one another by a common mission.
In order to continue to strengthen our relationships and further our shared mission, we’ve highlighted in this website update the three main components that make up who we are as the presbytery.
– what are we all about, how our ministries, churches, and communities are growing and sharing the Gospel both locally and around the world.
– we are centered on prayer and praise of our Risen Lord; for whom can we pray for today? How can we pray for your church and ministry?
– there is a business side to our ministry and this is where you can find some resources to assist you. Presbytery papers, background articles on pending issues, forms and documents particular to our various committees such as Committee on Ministry (COM), Committee on Preparation for Ministry (CPM), Catalyzing Missional Communities Committee (CMC) and more.
In addition to the website, we will still be publishing our periodical magazine to provide an overview of what is happening missionally around Seattle Presbytery, and also in our neighboring presbyteries – North Puget Sound, Olympia, and beyond.
We honor our relationships through in-person gatherings too, so besides our stated Presbytery Meetings, we now offer the opportunity to gather every month for SeaPres Café – an event open to all (elders and non-elders alike) where we can learn more, share more and dream more. Check out the fall schedule to see what topics and speakers are coming up.
Our big event – PresbyFest – will once again take place in January at Mercer Island Presbyterian Church. Be sure to stay informed about this popular gathering.
Please take some time to explore this site. And do share your comments, ideas or suggestions with us, either with an email (our staff listing is in the footer under “About”) or in the comments right here on this post.
Rev. Scott Lumsden