Capitol Hill Meditation Group also holds its meetings at All Pilgrims on a weekly basis:
They are a drop-in group dedicated to supporting the meditation practice of people living in the Seattle area. Previous Vipassana practice and/or previous attendance at an beginning mediation class is helpful but not essential. Meets Thursdays at 6:45 PM in the Chapel.
Faith Action Network is a statewide interfaith advocacy non-profit 501(c)(3) organization through which thousands of people and over 120 faith communities across Washington State partner for the common good. Together, we are a powerful voice of the faithful building a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world.
We Are a Network of Faith Communities That:
All Pilgrims Christian Church became a FAN Advocating Faith Community in January 2016.
Our two Advocacy Leaders and liaisons are Steve Clagett and Kathy Dawson.
Learn more about Faith Action Network and find out the latest by subscribing to the e-news and advocacy alerts: http://fanwa.org/
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Be in touch with your legislators through the legislative hotline number: 1-800-562-6000.
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A quiet place to pause, open weekly on Thursdays 12:00 – 2:00 PM. The entrance is through All Pilgrims’ courtyard on E Republican, a transition space to help you begin leaving noise and worries behind. Come sit with us in sacred silence to meditate, reflect or pray, and if you desire, we’ll spend a few minutes listening to you tell us what brings you in that day and offer a prayer.
For more information, visit underhillhouse.org
The College of Spirituality is a program of tuition-free classes that provide a framework for members and friends to experience a liberating, practical conversation about the Bible, spiritual growth, and All Pilgrims’ identity, history, and life. Each quarter, we offer classes on subjects ranging from a specific book of the Bible, to faith and social justice, to spiritual messages in popular movies. Participants generally meet weekly for small-group learning and discussion. The classes are open to people who come with “starting-point” questions, as well as those with long backgrounds in religious experience. As one participant put it, “the classes open our eyes to new ways of thinking and feeling about how we live our faith in today’s world.”
Class offerings will be updated soon