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Remember to set your clocks back one hour for daylight savings time on Saturday! Enjoy an extra hour of rest and we’ll see you for livestream service at 10am and in-person communion 11:30am-12:30pm! ... See MoreSee Less

Remember to set your clocks back one hour for daylight savings time on Saturday! Enjoy an extra hour of rest and we’ll see you for livestream service at 10am and in-person communion 11:30am-12:30pm!

Come celebrate communion in person this Sunday, 11:30am-12:30pm at the church. We'll have a shorter service and then you're invited to walk up to the Juneau St doors or drive south from S Juneau St through the alley behind the church to receive communion. Communion will be single serve, pastors will have face shields and masks, and gluten free elements will be available at each station. Let's take this opportunity to remember our place in the kingdom of God together! ... See MoreSee Less

Come celebrate communion in person this Sunday, 11:30am-12:30pm at the church. Well have a shorter service and then youre invited to walk up to the Juneau St doors or drive south from S Juneau St through the alley behind the church to receive communion. Communion will be single serve, pastors will have face shields and masks, and gluten free elements will be available at each station. Lets take this opportunity to remember our place in the kingdom of God together!

Good morning, church! Here is the link to worship together this morning: youtu.be/zb_47Wn77aM ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning, church! Here's the link to this morning's worship service: youtu.be/JIAwAMhrZYc. Our sermon series on grace continues today with a guest message from Pastor Paul Olver about grace at work through Impact Latin America! ... See MoreSee Less

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Great service today RAC team! Can you share the link to this week’s devotional? Thank you.

Link will go live at 9:55 this morning -- looking forward to be with you in spirit!

As we recognize Indigenous People's Day today, this is also a chance for reflecting as a church on the ways our faith has been intertwined with power, and how we might better follow the gospel Jesus proclaimed. Consider reading something by Richard Twiss, Christian Native American theologian, or learning about the Duwamish Tribe here in Seattle. Thank God for the body of Christ that includes every tribe, nation, and language -- and for restoration in Christ who "'himself bore our sins' in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; 'by his wounds you have been healed.'" (1 Peter 2:24) ... See MoreSee Less

As we recognize Indigenous Peoples Day today, this is also a chance for reflecting as a church on the ways our faith has been intertwined with power, and how we might better follow the gospel Jesus proclaimed. Consider reading something by Richard Twiss, Christian Native American theologian, or learning about the Duwamish Tribe here in Seattle. Thank God for the body of Christ that includes every tribe, nation, and language -- and for restoration in Christ who himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed. (1 Peter 2:24)

Rangkham's Place Cohort Starting 10/18

We are excited to announce that Rangkham's Place is starting a new cohort offering curbside coffee pickup this fall! We look forward to you meeting the students already signed up for this new cohort, but if you know a high school student also interested in learning barista skills in the context of Christian community, feel free to email spadron@rainieravenuechurch.org for more information. Student commitment is 11am-2:30pm on Sundays, starting October 18. Look forward to more details coming soon about coffee available curbside from Rangkham's Place, starting Sunday, November 8!
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Rangkhams Place Cohort Starting 10/18 

We are excited to announce that Rangkhams Place is starting a new cohort offering curbside coffee pickup this fall! We look forward to you meeting the students already signed up for this new cohort, but if you know a high school student also interested in learning barista skills in the context of Christian community, feel free to email spadron@rainieravenuechurch.org for more information. Student commitment is 11am-2:30pm on Sundays, starting October 18. Look forward to more details coming soon about coffee available curbside from Rangkhams Place, starting Sunday, November 8!
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