King County is still in Phase Two of reopening, which has allowed churches to begin regathering, with restrictions. Churches are now allowed to gather at 25% of the maximum capacity of their meeting space, while social distancing and wearing face masks. For us, that means we can host around 50 households (i.e. whether a single, couple, family, or housemates), allowing for 50-100 people to gather for worship. While these restrictions can feel burdensome, they are a small sacrifice to ensure the safety of one another and our city.
JOIN A SUNDAY GATHERING
If you would like to participate in our Sunday gatherings at the building, please read our Covid-19 gathering instructions and pre-register using the links below. In order to abide by ongoing health guidelines, these gatherings need to be pre-registered for. Please only come to the building on Sunday if you have pre-registered.
Our gatherings are open to all—whether you are a member, non-member, visiting Seattle, or a skeptic exploring the claims of Jesus—you are welcome to pre-register to join us. Note that we are currently opening our gatherings on a rotational basis, and we ask that you only pre-register for one Sunday per rotation.
COVID-19 GATHERING INSTRUCTIONS
Join us on Christmas Eve as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and rejoice together in the coming of our Savior and King! Please pre-register for only one gathering below. For more information, visit our Christmas Eve page.
During this pandemic, our Sunday Livestream will continue indefinitely for those of you who are uncomfortable gathering, for families with young children, or for those with underlying health issues.
LIVESTREAMING SUNDAYS AT 10AM
Read more about our Covid-19 response in the posts below
- What Does Singing During a Once-a-Century Pandemic Sound Like? November 24, 2020
Jesus is providentially ruling over all things (Eph. 1:20-21). Yes, even in 2020. His rule is not bland, indifferent, or ineffective; it is purposeful. He is purposefully weaving this ... Read more »
- Video: Regathering as Jesus’ People September 12, 2020
We’re continuing to navigate the Covid-19 pandemic together and, as we do, we trust that the Lord sovereignly rules over it and is at work, for our good, amidst ... Read more »
- Covid-19 Update: Request to Join a Gathering! July 10, 2020
As of today, King County is still in Phase Two of reopening, which has allowed churches to begin regathering, with restrictions. While these restrictions can feel burdensome, they are a ... Read more »
- Our First Steps Towards Re-Gathering Begin This Week June 24, 2020
Jesus’ church is unstoppable. Nations rise and fall, but His Church remains. Wars uproot and destroy, but His Church remains. Secular ideologies come and go, but His Church remains. ... Read more »
- Our (Tentative) Plan for Resuming Life Together June 5, 2020
The Lord has built waiting into our experience of life and that waiting is particularly acute in this season. But, we wait in hope (Ps. 39:7; 62:5; 130:5). In Him, our ... Read more »
- Covid-19 Update: Staying Home, Livestream, Lord’s Supper, and Giving March 27, 2020
There is scarcely a page in the Bible that does not deal with the trials and troubles of life, from the mundane to the catastrophic: sibling murder (Gen. 4:8), ... Read more »
- How To Make The Most Of A Livestream “Gathering” March 13, 2020
Our God is “the hope of all the ends of the earth and the farthest seas” (Ps. 65:5). Even when we walk through seasons of upheaval and uncertainty, we do ... Read more »
- Changes Due To Government Covid-19 Restrictions March 11, 2020
The spread of Covid-19 continues so we, therefore, continue to adapt.
This morning, the Governor of Washington, Jay Inslee, announced a ban on events of more than 250 people in the ... Read more »
- Covid-19 Update and This Sunday March 6, 2020
We thought it would be helpful to send another brief note prior to our Sunday gathering. We are still planning to gather and continue our series through Romans unless ... Read more »
- Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update & Response March 3, 2020
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble (Ps. 46:1)—whether spiritual, financial, emotional, relational, or physical. This is crucial to keep at the forefront of ... Read more »