Please join us online each Sunday at 10:30 am via Facebook Live. If you’re not able to join the Live event, you can view the service at your convenience. You don’t need an account on Facebook to join us in worship. Simply follow this link to our page. https://www.facebook.
Community Supper – Served Wednesday and Thursday at 5:00 PM in front of All Pilgrims Church
Community Lunch – Served Tuesday and Friday at 12:00 Noon in front of All Pilgrims Church
The Church Office will remain open during the week (M-F). For more information on closures and updates, please call or email the Church Office, check our Events calendar, or follow us on Facebook.
Donate online or via text. Please consider giving during this pandemic. Your donations directly support our missions.
We are progressive christians with an open and affirming commitment to welcoming all as equal members. All Pilgrims Christian Church is a merger of UCC and Disciples of Christ denominations, proudly serving Seattle’s Capitol Hill Broadway neighborhood.
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Community Supper takes place every Wednesday and Thursday at All Pilgrims. We begin preparing food for the meal at 3pm, set up the dining area, and get ready for our guests, who are served from 5pm to 6pm.
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All Pilgrims Christian Church is pleased to announce its plan to create the Same Love Garden on Broadway in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood of Seattle, in celebration of the achievement of marriage equality in Washington State.
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At All Pilgrims Christian Church we are a faith-community
that truly values and celebrates diversity. Through God’s love and with Christ’s example
we set aside all human barriers and divisions and invest ourselves in the healing of prejudice, exclusion and hatred.
We are open to, and affirming of, the full participation of all as equal members in this one body: people of all colors, ages, economic circumstances, sexual orientations, gender or transgender identities, physical and mental abilities, education levels and conditions of health.
We consider no commandment to be greater than this:
“We shall love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength
and love our neighbors as we love ourselves.”