The daffodils are in bloom and the cherry trees are starting to blossom -- but for kids in transitional housing, the little extras that make spring fun are often missing. At HomeStep, we believe that changing lives takes more than just walls and a roof. Part of putting that belief into action is doing the little things that help the children in our program live the same normal, everyday lives…
Grounded in faith, working for justice. 1. From a faith perspective, we track public policy issues…Read More
The Church Council of Greater Seattle is pleased to announce that the 2010 Gertrude Apel Pioneering Spirit Award for a congregation will be awarded to Seattle Mennonite Church in the Lake City area of Seattle.
Seattle Mennonite Church, pastored by the Rev. Weldon Nisly, has led the way in the work…Read More
Across King County, ballots are arriving in mailboxes.
The Church Council of Greater Seattle has taken positions on three measures that are on the ballot this fall:
No on I-1033 (State)
Yes on Ref. 71 (State)
Yes on Housing Levy (City of Seattle)
To read the Church Council's position statements,…Read More
King County is considering eliminating all county general fund human services spending. This includes eliminating funding for the programs that were in the "lifeboat." The effect would be devastating.
As an active member of the King County Alliance for Human Services, the Church…Read More
Are you worried about your financial situation? Worried about foreclosure?
The Church Council of Greater Seattle and Lake Burien Presbyterian invite you to a free resource fair on Saturday, August 15th from 12 noon - 3 p.m. at Lake Burien Presbyterian, 15003 14th Ave. SW, Burien.
The resource…Read More