Weaving Our Strengths

Come one, come all! 
Lay leaders, ministers, pastors, youth leaders, interested individuals, church leadership councils, outreach teams, social justice teams, mission teams, worship teams, . . .

Come to Weaving Our Strengths, a day-long conference of fellowship, inspiration, and skill-building to strengthen local churches’ efforts for the common good.  There will be worship, workshops, a resource fair, the Apel Awards, and Connection Café.  We would like you to be a part of it!


Weaving our Strengths

Saturday, October 4, 2014

8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

University Congregational UCC Church

4515 16th Avenue NE, Seattle 98105

Regular Registration: $50

Student Registration: $25

Scholarships offered.  Childcare available by reservation.


Register here or by calling Ann at 206.525.1213 x105


Learn more about the event, including the terrific line-up of workshops from local high-caliber faith leader presenters, the schedule, and more on the event website at http://thechurchcouncil.ejoinme.org/WOS


Bring a Group!

We encourage groups to take advantage of as many of the workshop offerings as possible, to build shared capacity, and to help implement new learnings.

Group Rates:  Up to 5 people: $150; 6-10 people: $250


Spread the word!

Invite your friends, neighbors, congregation members, colleagues, etc.  Link this article, or check out the toolkit of spread-the-word options available on our website here.

Bring home new ideas and opportunities to your church.  Build new collaborations within neighborhoods and across the region.  Come join hearts, hands, and minds to weave together a strong church community serving the common good.

Weaving Our Strengths is offered by the Church Council of Greater Seattle.  Our mission is to create a diverse community of churches and individuals who respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ by building relationships of unity while working collaboratively for the common good.  We partner with interfaith, community, and government organizations in our collective work for the common good.  Learn more about us and our efforts atwww.thechurchcouncil.org.