"For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is God’s power for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek."
Our church is located on South 288th Street, just east of the I-5 overpass. Parking is available on both sides of the church. We have designated parking next to our front door for those with mobility restrictions, as well as a wheel-chair accessible ramp.
You'll find we wear whatever clothes we're comfortable in, including jeans, Seahawks or Sounders jersies, or whatever makes you most comfortable.
When you walk in, you'll likely encounter one of our friendly greeters, who can help answer any questions you may have and get you pointed in the right directions for child-care and the worship service. Our child-care providers have all passed a background check and many of our youth workers are trained professional educators, so your children will be safe and be well cared for.
You'll likely find people hanging out in our coffee shop when you walk in the door. Please feel free to grab a cup of coffee and talk or find a seat in our sanctuary.
Service starts at 10 am with Scripture reading, music and prayer. When the sermon begins around 10:25 am, kids are invited to join a Children's Sunday School class (which will finish at the same time as the worship service, so they can come up for treats with everyone else).
After the service, we like to regroup for more coffee, pastries and casual conversation. If you haven't done so already, you'll have an opportunity to meet our senior pastor, our youth pastor, and many other people in the church. We'd love to talk about any questions you may have and get to know you so that you're a familiar face the next time you come.