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April 11, 2021 we resume in-person Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m. Mask up and please sit with your Family/Friend Pod. Contact the office by 3 p.m. Friday April 9 (and every Friday from now on until we are all back) to let us know if  you are attending! Sixty person limit for now! You are welcome to drop by on Sunday to see if there is room.

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In-Person Worship 10:30 a.m. 60 person limit
Live-stream Worship on our YouTube Channel

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Sunday Worship Live-stream April 11, 2021

Worship Focus Groups Meetings

We will be holding Worship Focus Groups over the next two weeks. This is to talk about what we all want Worship to be like as we move forward. We did the survey, now it is time talk about it. All the meetings are the same so please pick one to attend. We want as…

CYFM Family Bike Ride

BIKE RIDE Meet at Swan Creek Park a outdoor physically distanced family gathering. Community Garden Entrance E.42nd and E. Roosevelt Ave.  Swan Creek Park – Metro Parks Tacoma   Bring your own bike, helmet and water.  Varied ability level paved and dirt bike trails to explore! *some trails are closed to bikes (hikers only) Weather for Saturday is looking…

AN Sunday Study

4/18 On Being Podcast: A Life Worthy of Our Breath. Krista Tippett’s interview with Ocean Vuong. He is a Vietnamese-American poet, essayist & novelist. Vuong is a recipient of the 2014 Ruth Lilly/Sargent Rosenberg fellowship from the Poetry Foundation, a 2016 Whiting Award, and the 2017 T.S. Eliot Prize for his poetry. 4/25 Two Sisters…

“World Balance vs. Personal Salvation: An American Indian Postcolonial Perspective“ Rev. Dr. George “Tink” Tinker

15th Annual Knutson Lecture at Pacific Lutheran University via Zoom Webinar Dr. George “Tink” TInker is one of the most respected scholars in Native American theology. PLU has wanted to invite him to PLU to lecture for years and are thrilled that he will be joining them virtually this April 20th, 2021. He was raised…

Our physical space stands on the unceded land of the Coast Salish people. Immanuel Presbyterian Church acknowledges the Coast Salish community, their elders both past and present,
as well as future generations.
We make this acknowledgement as part of our work to dismantle the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism and white supremacy.

The trauma of these times calls us into solace and solidarity with our global community, particularly Black and Indigenous People of Color and our natural world. We are called to action. By sharing our practices of contemplative minds, hearts and wills we seek to be truly compassionate. We emphasize this as an anti-racist, Black Lives Matter, inclusive Queer space.