Grieving in Detention During COVID: How we’re supporting our youth
By The Rev. Terri Stewart, Director of the Youth Chaplaincy Coalition Earlier this month, a youth in juvenile detention experienced one of the most difficult realities incarcerated people face: the death of a loved one. His grief was amplified by his family being...
UPDATE from Gov. Jay Inslee for religious and faith-based organizations as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan

With continuing reports of COVID-19 outbreaks at spiritual gatherings as counties have advanced to Phases 1.5, 2, and 3 of the Safe Start Plan, the Governor still strongly encourages religious leaders and communities to conduct services remotely. Alternatively, drive-in services are permitted in all phases and capacity limits do not apply. Counseling services are essential and may be permitted in-person, if remote counseling is not viable.

COVID-19 Efforts March-July 2020 – CCGS Accompaniment Program
Report prepared by Kimberly Dominguez Barranco and Joshua Rubenstein   March 15, 2020 - July 31, 2020 by the Numbers Direct financial assistance disbursed Rent: $22,710 Safeway Gift Cards: $3,150   Accompaniments Completed Since March 15, we have accompanied community...
PRESS RELEASE: Faith Land Finds a Place in Our Changing Landscape

We are excited to share this press release with you regarding formation of the first Faith Land Discernment Cohort facilitated by the Church Council of Greater Seattle.

UPDATE from Gov. Jay Inslee for religious and faith-based organizations as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan

UPDATE from Gov. Jay Inslee for religious and faith-based organizations as part of Washington’s Safe Start phased reopening plan

With continuing reports of COVID-19 outbreaks at spiritual gatherings as counties have advanced to Phases 1.5, 2, and 3 of the Safe Start Plan, the Governor still strongly encourages religious leaders and communities to conduct services remotely. Alternatively, drive-in services are permitted in all phases and capacity limits do not apply. Counseling services are essential and may be permitted in-person, if remote counseling is not viable.

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