4320 SW HILL STREET
SEATTLE, WA 98116

206-932-2928

EVENTS 

ADMIRAL CONGREGATIONAL 

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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.


Second Mondays Films for Racial Justice

August 10th, 8-9pm

 

Discussion of the PBS Documentary Get In the Way: The Journey of John Lewis  

Watch the documentary HERE

We are creating a learning community in North Admiral that can deepen relationships enough to ask tough questions and commit to meaningful actions for justice and mercy.


Weekly Meetings have resumed, now online

Tuesdays 11:00-12:00 PST



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!

 


Great Pandemic BOOK SWAP

Saturday, August 22
10am-2pm

on the church lawn, 4320 SW Hill St, West Seattle

 

Bring Books | Take Books | Share the Love

 

Masks and Social Distancing Required

 

 

 



Second Mondays Films for Racial Justice

September 14th, 8-9pm

 

Discussion of Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum's Interview with Seattle Town Hall from June 6, 2020  

We are creating a learning community in North Admiral that can deepen relationships enough to ask tough questions and commit to meaningful actions for justice and mercy.


West Seattle Antiracist Book Club

​​​​​​​ Afternoon Club 12:30-2pm
Next Date: Tuesday, September 29

Evening Club 7-8:30pm
Next Date: Tuesday, September 29

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.