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As we look for ways to listen and learn from Hispanic and Latino/a communities, here is some helpful context on Hispanic Heritage Month from Be the Bridge. One way to hear some of the varied experiences from fellow believers in these communities is through reading books we're highlighting this month: bit.ly/3EaCVCV. Looking forward to learning more about God through each of these unique perspectives! ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we get to hear from Pastor Mark Nsimbi! Pastor Mark was born and raised in Kenya and has lived in the US for 14 years. He currently serves as the Connections Pastor for Rainier Avenue Church. He and his wife Anne have two daughters, Namuli and Nassali. Mark loves to serve people, travel, watch and play sports and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Washington. His passion is to see the Kingdom of God established on earth as it is in Heaven You can hear his message this Sunday in person (bit.ly/3dNA0VC) or online (youtu.be/dX5-DPbg0CU). ... See MoreSee Less

This week, we get to hear from Pastor Mark Nsimbi! Pastor Mark  was born and raised in Kenya and has lived in the US for 14 years. He currently serves as the Connections Pastor for Rainier Avenue Church. He and his wife Anne have two daughters, Namuli and Nassali. Mark loves to serve people, travel, watch and play sports and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Washington. His passion is to see the Kingdom of God established on earth as it is in Heaven You can hear his message this Sunday in person (https://bit.ly/3dNA0VC) or online (https://youtu.be/dX5-DPbg0CU).

Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! We are eager to learn from Latin American Christians, so we're offering these books at a subsidized rate of $10 through the church:
--Brown Church by Oscar Chao Romero
--Faith-Rooted Organizing by Alexia Salvatierra
--Seeing Jesus in East Harlem by José Humphreys
--The God Who Sees by Karen Gonzalez
You can click here to read interviews with each author, buy books, and also sign up to connect with others reading the same book: bit.ly/3EaCVCV. Let's take the opportunity this month to pay attention more closely to how God is speaking uniquely through people shaped by Latin American heritage.
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Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! We are eager to learn from Latin American Christians, so were offering these books at a subsidized rate of $10 through the church: 
--Brown Church by Oscar Chao Romero
--Faith-Rooted Organizing by Alexia Salvatierra
--Seeing Jesus in East Harlem by José Humphreys
--The God Who Sees by Karen Gonzalez
You can click here to read interviews with each author, buy books, and also sign up to connect with others reading the same book: https://bit.ly/3EaCVCV. Lets take the opportunity this month to pay attention more closely to how God is speaking uniquely through people shaped by Latin American heritage.

Worship with us this morning! Live at 10 am.
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While Pastor Peter is on sabbatical, we are excited to learn from so many others in our church family and wider network! This week, we get to hear from Romanita Hairston. You can hear her message this Sunday in person (click here to sign up: bit.ly/3dNA0VC) or online (youtu.be/Ar5x027RPzw). Romanita has spent over two decades working in ministry and has worked with individuals and families living in under-resourced communities over her 25+ year career. This drive to "give back" led to 20 years of service with World Vision domestic programs, including 10 years leading all domestic operations. She now serves as the President and Founder of MORE320 and as a Director at Microsoft. She is part of the preaching team here at RAC and she has held numerous roles in church leadership. Romanita is a national spokesperson on issues related to poverty and child well-being, missional theology and spiritual formation focused heavily on women. Romanita holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Washington as well as an MBA from Eastern University of Philadelphia. She currently serves on the board of Urban Alliance, The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Institute, Praxis, and Global Women. Romanita is now pursuing a Ph.D. in theology through Trinity University in the UK. Welcome, Romanita! ... See MoreSee Less

While Pastor Peter is on sabbatical, we are excited to learn from so many others in our church family and wider network! This week, we get to hear from Romanita Hairston. You can hear her message this Sunday in person (click here to sign up: https://bit.ly/3dNA0VC) or online (https://youtu.be/Ar5x027RPzw). Romanita has spent over two decades working in ministry and has worked with individuals and families living in under-resourced communities over her 25+ year career. This drive to give back led to 20 years of service with World Vision domestic programs, including 10 years leading all domestic operations. She now serves as the President and Founder of MORE320 and as a Director at Microsoft. She is part of the preaching team here at RAC and she has held numerous roles in church leadership. Romanita is a national spokesperson on issues related to poverty and child well-being, missional theology and spiritual formation focused heavily on women. Romanita holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Washington as well as an MBA from Eastern University of Philadelphia. She currently serves on the board of Urban Alliance, The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Institute, Praxis, and Global Women. Romanita is now pursuing a Ph.D. in theology through Trinity University in the UK. Welcome, Romanita!

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Good morning, looking forward to church with you this morning! Livestream starts at 10am: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhmzFu09vS4. This morning we'll get to hear from Superintendent Michael Forney who leads our denominational family of churches in the Pacific Northwest, and we'll also hear an update from King County Youth Chaplaincy about their ministry. This same link will also let you access the recorded service later. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our little free pantry on the corner has been getting lots of traffic! As the school year starts, we're also glad for the chance to share some of our pantry donations with CityYear school support interns through a connection in our congregation. You can bring nonperishable foods/household items to share with neighbors and with interns at five of our south Seattle schools. Bring items directly to the pantry any time, drop off on the lobby shelf on Sundays, or on the church office porch next door during the week. Thank you for loving our neighbors in this tangible way! ... See MoreSee Less

Our little free pantry on the corner has been getting lots of traffic! As the school year starts, were also glad for the chance to share some of our pantry donations with CityYear school support interns through a connection in our congregation. You can bring nonperishable foods/household items to share with neighbors and with interns at five of our south Seattle schools. Bring items directly to the pantry any time, drop off on the lobby shelf on Sundays, or on the church office porch next door during the week. Thank you for loving our neighbors in this tangible way!Image attachment

While Pastor Peter is out on sabbatical, we are excited to learn from so many others in our church family and wider network! This week, we get to hear from Superintendent Michael Forney, who leads The PNWC, Pacific Northwest Conference of the Free Methodist Church, our denominational family of churches. You can hear his message in person (bit.ly/3dNA0VC), or online (youtu.be/JhmzFu09vS4) at 10am this Sunday. Superintendent Michael has been equipping church leaders in formational leadership, church revitalization, and multiplication across multiple denominations for almost 15 years. He is the co-author of the book, Gravity: Seven Essential Truths About Leadership, Influence, and Your Soul. Michael has an M.A. in Organizational Leadership, from Regent University in Virginia. Michael loves spending time with his family, the Seahawks, hiking, beachcombing, reading a good book, and enjoying a steaming cup of dark roast coffee. ... See MoreSee Less

While Pastor Peter is out on sabbatical, we are excited to learn from so many others in our church family and wider network! This week, we get to hear from Superintendent Michael Forney, who leads The PNWC, Pacific Northwest Conference of the Free Methodist Church, our denominational family of churches. You can hear his message in person (https://bit.ly/3dNA0VC), or online (https://youtu.be/JhmzFu09vS4) at 10am this Sunday. Superintendent Michael has been equipping church leaders in formational leadership, church revitalization, and multiplication across multiple denominations for almost 15 years. He is the co-author of the book, Gravity: Seven Essential Truths About Leadership, Influence, and Your Soul. Michael has an M.A. in Organizational Leadership, from Regent University in Virginia. Michael loves spending time with his family, the Seahawks, hiking, beachcombing, reading a good book, and enjoying a steaming cup of dark roast coffee.

Students, educators, and everyone heading back to school, we are praying for you this week!

"Almighty God who goes before us, behind us, around us, and is within us, give us the strength we need to endure this school year. The hope we need to learn and grow. Give us the peace we seek in this uncertain year. The joy we need to sustain us. May we receive the abundant love that casts out fear, draws us closer to You, and never fails."

(You can pick up this bookmark reminding you to pray for educators in our church throughout the school year from the lobby table on Sunday.)
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Students, educators, and everyone heading back to school, we are praying for you this week! 

Almighty God who goes before us, behind us, around us, and is within us, give us the strength we need to endure this school year. The hope we need to learn and grow. Give us the peace we seek in this uncertain year. The joy we need to sustain us. May we receive the abundant love that casts out fear, draws us closer to You, and never fails.

(You can pick up this bookmark reminding you to pray for educators in our church throughout the school year from the lobby table on Sunday.)
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