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Our Capital Campaign

Life Abundant is the name of the Capital Campaign for Christ Episcopal Church.  The purpose of this campaign is to gather the community together thru prayer, Bible study and information to work on having many choices for our future.  We have a historic pipe organ being refurbished that will need to be fitted into the Chancel area of the Sanctuary plus our dreams of an accessible Sanctuary entrance could be realized with this Campaign.  We also want to create a multi-purpose space that we can have available to our neighbors. 

Casual Meeting

Informational Gatherings

The Informational Gatherings are available for reservations and people are signing up. We are excited to share more in-depth information at small group gatherings. It will be a chance to reflect, ask questions, and offer hopes, prayers and dreams about our church. No financial commitment will be asked for or received at these gatherings.

You can sign up by clicking the link below. Be sure to read and follow the instructions at the top of the signup. You will get an email confirmation of your registration. 

Bible King James

Bible Study

Our favorite story teller, Ellen Ewald, will be leading Bible study for the month of March.  Remember the person telling us at the Annual Meeting this year how she got up the courage to ask a person to church by wearing the “God loves Weirdos” pin?  That's Ellen.  Please arrive at 9am in Wilson Hall to hear a reading and discuss. Alternatively, you can attend bible study by Zoom on Wednesdays at 7pm by clicking the link below. If you have any questions, please contact Ellen Ewald, (206) 450-2594 or by email.

March 19th (in person, 9am) & 22nd (Zoom, 7pm): Joy
March 26th (in person, 9am) & 29th (Zoom, 7pm): Community


Architecture Model Sketching

Architect's Drawing

Curious about what has been designed? Want to sneak a peek before an Informational Gathering? Follow the link to see the drawings. And, remember to bring your questions to an Informational Gathering!

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