We’re using the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation as as an excuse for a party! Join us for some soul food, an apple cider pressing, local craft beer, live music by the funk band “Soul Moon Rising,” optional theological conversation, a screening of Rick Steves’ “Martin Luther and the Reformation”, the planting of a “peace pole,” and tours of Julia’s Place. You don’t need to be Protestant or even Christian to take part in the celebration–the new reformation is for everybody! Come learn more about how our church continues to change in the 21st century.
Madrona Grace Presbyterian Church, along with Liberation UCC and the Kadima Community, hereby affirm the following pledge of sanctuary.
“As people of faith and people of conscience, we pledge toresist the newly elected administration’s policy proposals to target and deport millions of undocumented immigrants and discriminate against marginalized communities. We will open up our congregations and communities as sanctuary spaces for those targeted by hate, and work alongside our friends, families, and neighbors to ensure the dignity and human rights of all people.”
Our communities will be working with the Church Council of Greater Seattle to fulfill this pledge .