West Side Presbyterian – A PC(USA) church in the Fellowship of Presbyterians:
Why are these relationships important and what it will mean for us as we move ahead as a church?
As an evangelical congregation located in West Seattle, we strive to stay focused on our mission: making disciples of Jesus Christ. We seek to love our city and to be servants and missionaries right here in our community. We are also part of a denomination (the PC(USA)) and members of an evangelical movement of churches (the Fellowship of Presbyterians). Our involvement with PC(USA) helps us drive mission locally through a network of Presbyterian churches and the Fellowship of Presbyterians provides focus and accountability to our growth.
This January we are taking three Sundays to engage in open discussions about what it means to be a PC(USA) church in the Fellowship of Presbyterians and how our engagement helps West Side pursue our mission. These discussions will take place in Howell Auditorium during the hour between our two worship services, 9:40-10:40AM. Each Sunday will include a time of open questions from the congregation.
January 11th – Luke Crook, our Associate Pastor, will be sharing insights on what West Side’s participation in the Fellowship of Presbyterians will mean for us this coming year and years to come. Class audio.
January 18th – Scott Mann, an Associate Pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Bellevue and current Moderator of the Seattle Presbytery, will be with us. Recently, he has been the most significant leader and voice in the Seattle Presbytery for evangelicals. He will share his perspective on how evangelicals are engaging faithfully within PC(USA), the Fellowship, and Seattle Presbytery. Class audio.