Workshop with the Rev. Michael Kinnamon, Ph.D.

The Church Council of Greater Seattle invites you to a workshop with the Rev. Michael Kinnamon, Ph.D., "Renewing Our Passion for the Wholeness & Unity of the Church: Accountability to God, to the World, and to One Another," on Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. - 12 noon at Prospect Congregational UCC Church, 1919 E. Prospect St., Seattle. Registration and coffee at 9:30 a.m.

A presentation by the Rev. Michael Kinnamon, Ph.D., to be followed by discussion in working groups. This workshop is inspired by the ecumenical vision of the Rev. Michael Kinnamon, Ph.D., especially as laid out in his new book, Can a Renewal Movement be Renewed? Questions for the Future of Ecumenism.

The Rev. Dr. Kinnamon, an internationally-recognized scholar and leader in the ecumenical movement, is the Spehar-Halligan Visiting Professor of Ecumenical Collaboration in Interreligious Dialogue at Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry. He is the immediate-past General Secretary of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA.

Download a flier here. RSVP or questions to Ann at or 206.525.1213, ext. 105.






















Best of Enemies

Taproot Theatre presents Best of Enemies by Mark St. Germain through Saturday, April 25. $5 discounts are available on every ticket reserved using the code CCGS (for Church Council of Greater Seattle).

Is it possible for sworn enemies to find common ground in solving the world's problems? In 1971 the schools of Durham, NC were racially segregated until a Ku Klux Klan member and a Civil Rights activist were forced to meet face-to-face to negotiate. The result was nothing short of a miracle. This remarkable and true story shines a spotlight on our humanity and the surprising gifts that come when we are willing to change.

Find further resources for discussion on race, racism, and racial justice here.

Tickets are available online here or through Taproot's Box Office at 206.781.9707. Discount code: CCGS
Taproot Theatre is located at 204 N. 85th St., Seattle.




























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Sin Fronteras Resource Guide for basic human services for immigrants for use by churches and organizations - published by the Church Council of Greater Seattle and Puentes, both as a website and a .pdf.

Church Council of Greater Seattle statement on the November 2014 Executive Order to provide temporary relief from deportation, which includes links to statements from other religious organizations, and important resources.

Statement from Church Council of Greater Seattle after the Grand Jury Decision Regarding the Death of Michael Brown - November, 2014 - Living Wage website with resources and how to get involved in local efforts.






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