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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2012’

All Pilgrims Welcomes Nursery Caregiver Simone Downing

Starting Sept. 8, All Pilgrims’ Nursery will be staffed on Sundays by Simone Downing, a caregiver with 15 years’ experience working with children in both teaching and care giving positions.  Her work experience includes positions at the Children’s Home Society, Brighten Elementary and the University District Children’s Center. Simone joins All Pilgrims as we seek to welcome “families of all …

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Homecoming Sunday: September 9

Save the Date for the beginning of the program year!! Sunday, September 9 – the choir will be back to lead us in worship, College of Spirituality classes will be starting up, and we will have a special cake during Fellowship Hour to welcome everyone back.

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Oldest Youth Group = Bowling Fun!

“Who knew bowling could be so much fun, even when I didn’t bowl a 300 game!!” – Rev. Greg Turk

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Ending U.S. Sponsored Torture Forever

          On Wednesday, September 5th, the Washington State Religious Campaign Against Torture (WSRCAT), University Temple United Methodist Church, and other anti-torture organizations will feature Rev. Richard Killmer, Executive Director of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT) and Dr. Rob Crawford, co-founder of WSRCAT. THE EVENT: “ENDING U.S.-SPONSORED TORTURE FOREVER: SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES. WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS?” DATE AND TIME: …

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College of Spirituality: Judaism 101

How did the Jewish religion begin?  Why do Orthodox Jewish men wear small boxes on their foreheads when praying?  Are the Old Testament and Torah the same thing?  What does it mean to keep kosher?  If you’ve ever wondered about these or other topics relating to Judaism, then this is the class for you! This six week class covers the origins of …

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Young Adults Living in Christian Community and Service

The week of September 10 we welcome four young adults who will be moving into our church apartment.  Kathryn Murdock, Steven Boyles, Marianne Haney, and Jenn Hagedorn are the first group of Young Adult Service Communities participants to live in Seattle.  The YASC is a United Church of Christ (UCC) program that has a growing number of locations around the United …

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Introducing Seattle’s Oldest (and newest) Youth Group!

All Pilgrims is pleased to announce the formation of Seattle’s Oldest Youth Group! This group is open to anyone (all ages) who wants to be in fellowship and have fun with other pilgrims.   Two upcoming events will help kickoff the newest and oldest youth group in the city! Þ August 19 at 6 pm: meeting at Deluxe Bar & Grill …

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Gathering of Women to Resume in September

The Gathering of Women will hold their welcome back meeting in at the home of Berlena Brock, on September 9 after worship. Keep these other dates on your calendar for more gatherings. October 7 – TBA November 3 (Saturday) – The women will meet at Gethsemane Lutheran church, 911 Stewart St., at 10:00 am.  There they will join with the …

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Men’s Retreat: A Time of Fellowship & Spiritual Bonding

The first annual All Pilgrims Christian Church Men’s Retreat was a complete success!  As eleven pilgrims gathered at church that Friday afternoon to depart for the weekend, the excitement in the air was palpable.  Everyone was talking about all the good the weekend’s retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city would bring.  The drive, though longer than expected, …

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Eat Great Food & Support a Great Cause!

Ten of Seattle’s top food trucks will be at World Concern to fight global hunger at the Mobile Food Fight for Hunger on Sunday, Aug. 19, from noon until 4 pm on the CRISTA Ministries campus in Shoreline.  Enjoy gourmet street food from the best trucks in the area, live music, and contributing to a great cause.  Enjoy some of the …

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