Though in-person church activities (with rare exceptions) have been suspended for the foreseeable future, you'll find online oppportunities among the notices below,  as well as under the MEDIA tab above.

ZOOM Class: Steps to Freedom

June 4, 11, 18, 25 from 8-9pm
$20 registration includes book
$10 registration includes audiobook
(Class is limited to 15 participants)


Admiral Church, a long-time host of myriad life-saving recovery groups in the North Admiral neighborhood, will host a series on Zoom to discuss Fr. Richard Rohr's book "Breathing Underwater". The sessions will include discussion, time for silent contemplation, sharing, and suggested extension practices for implementing in your own life "steps to freedom".

Rohr invites us to see the 12 steps not only in application to addictive behavior, but as a faithful path for Christians out of “stuck” thinking and  into liberation. He begins with the following premises:

· We are all addicted to something; something has power over our lives and decisions.

· “Stinking thinking” is the  universal addiction; we have accepted certain ways of thinking to be true and built our defenses accordingly.

· All societies are  addicted to themselves and create codependency; we have learned our way in, and we can unlearn.

· An alternative, holistic  consciousness is the only path to true, enduring freedom. 

Bi-Monthly Meetings have resumed, now online

1st & 3rd Tuesdays

People's BINGO

Third Tuesdays from 7-8pm
Free, requires pre-registration


Here's how it will work: One week before Bingo Night (second Tuesday each month), an invitation will go out to everyone on the Admiral email list. You will be asked to respond by return email if you would like to play Bingo. You will then be snail-mailed a set of Bingo cards. On Bingo Night you will join the Zoom meeting via the link attached to your registration confirmation.


There will be prizes for the winner of each game and special prizes for Wackiest Costume and Most Creative Zoom Background!


The West Seattle

Anti-Racist Book Club

 Afternoon Club 
Tuesday, June 30, 12:30-2:00 pm

Evening Club 
Tuesday, June 30, 7:00-8:30 pm

We at Admiral UCC are committed to engaging our community on the issues that matter. Our pastor has been connecting with activists, social service providers, and clergy around issues of race. This book club seeks to engage the greater West  Seattle community in thinking critically about how we move from being "not racist" to being anti-racist. Click the button to learn more.