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Sunday Worship September 19, 2021 Live-stream

Morning Reflection – ArtWalk

ArtWalk at the Chinese Reconciliation Park Saturday 10 am start time – finish no later than 11:30 am October 3, 1885 is NOT a day to be proud of in Tacoma’s history.  Learn why at an outdoor, self-guided reflection event at the Chinese Reconciliation Park on Saturday September 25 10 a.m.  Outdoor artwork there will…

AN Sunday Study – Fall Openers

AN will be hybrid: in-person/Zoom in the Fireside Room. All in-person must be masked up! Zoom Link. Zoomers check in a few minutes early please so all are ready to go at 9:15 a.m. Can’t stay over anymore – gotta get to church 🙂 Sunday September 12 @ 9:15 Welcome Back! Welcome to whatever the…

Fall Sunday Worship Series: The Gospel of Mark & Turning Things Upside Down!

This series will be grounded mostly in Mark’s gospel which are the lectionary texts for the season. The texts are rich with imagery/exhortation to “turn the world upside” down or that the “kingdom” Jesus desires looks very different. Mark also deals a lot with mystery and the idea of the “already not yet.” (Mark starts…

Theology on Tap via Zoom

Dr. Cindy Caldwell and Pastor Tad Monroe co-host this monthly gathering where we explore and discuss various topics through a theological lens. Theology means the study of the divine and the divine’s relationship to the world, thus we will explore the nature of the divine and the application of that understanding in our world; with…

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.