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Sunday Worship January 16, 2022 Live-stream

MaP Book Club ~ America and Its Guns

The Gun Violence Book Group will meet via Zoom.  We will be discussing America and Its Guns:  A Theological Expose by James Atwood using the questions set forth in the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship’s Gun Violence Prevention Congregational Toolkit.  If you need a book, it can be ordered from Amazon or King’s Books.   Zoom Meeting ID: …

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan – Bryan Stevenson (video)

In the midst of America’s racial reckoning, this PBS interview provides inspiration from Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy, and one of the country’s leading advocates for racial reconciliation, on what motivates him to continue the work toward justice. Via Zoom Meeting ID: 88048458152

Morning Reflection with Beth Prevo

Merry Christmas!  Now What? – We’ll have poetry, music, scripture, and each other in conversation for our morning of reflection.   Throughout Advent we have set a generous table and claim all families, all creation, to be holy.  What now?  How can we live and celebrate the glory of Immanuel, Love with us, the incarnate birth? …

Puget Sound Poetry Connection Meeting

The Puget Sound Poetry Connection is meeting in person! We are now meeting the first Thursday of the month. At each session, a published writer reads their work, and then is followed by an open mic period. Whether you come to just listen to good poetry, or to also contribute a poem or two of…

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.