ADMIRALCHURCH

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    CALLED TO DO JUSTICE
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    CALLED TO LOVE MERCY
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    CALLED TO WALK HUMBLY BEFORE GOD

We hosted a second informational meeting  Sunday, November 7 at  NOON
 

Rev. Rick Reynolds with Nightwatch joined us providing an opportunity to engage directly with him about this ministry. 
 


We are once again worshiping together in person each Sunday morning at 10:30AM

Join us in our sanctuary.
Masks and distancing required.

(Outdoor services have been discontinued.)

All worship services are also livestreamed.*

Our church building is located in the North Admiral Disctrict 

of West Seattle at 4320 SW Hill Street. Seattle WA 98116


If you are looking for a place to belong,
If you want to be loved, and be challenged,
If you want to grow in trusting God,
We invite you to "come and see".


No matter who you are                                       
or where you are on life's journey
                      you are welcome here!
Let's see what we can do together in West Seattle.




TOur Summer Food Drive supported the White Center Food Bank (our neighbor to the south) specifically to support food-insecure families who rely on school-based nutrition programs. This is an annual activity of our Outreach Team. 


WATCH RECENT WORSHIP VIDEOS

Black Lives Matter to God

Admiral Church mourns the deaths of Daunte Wright, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless other people of color who have been murdered by white supremacy (in all its myriad forms) in the United States. We stand with those who seek to turn the tide in our nation and world toward true justice and enduring peace. We pray for the day when all will live as true siblings, respecting and honoring one another as Children of God.

Admiral Church offers several opportunities to grow in our antiracist practice. We invite you to join us for our West Seattle Anti-Racist Book Club, Uprooting Racism year-long study,  and Black Power/White Churches Film Series. During the pandemic we offered the documentary film series Telling the Truth about Race, using films available for free online. As a predominantly white congregation in a predominantly white neighborhood, we know that the most important thing we can do is grow our antiracist practices and advocate antiracist thought and action in our community.


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