We are a varied group of people, formed in community by our common bond: claiming Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.
So, what does that look like?
We play together at events like the SAM's group Mini-Golf Tournament or our family oriented pot-lucks and gatherings. We care for and pray for one another through sickness and health, sadness and celebrations. We study and laugh (a lot) at our weekly Thursday Bible study.
We welcome you to join us for worship and the various activities in which we participate.
Singles and Married (SAMs)
The SAM events are open to all adults interested in Christian fellowship and fun. Events are scheduled regularly throughout the year. They vary from theater to museums to any event of interest.
Retired Old Men Eating Out (ROMEO)
The ROMEO group meets for a fellowship lunch at noon on the second Wednesday of each month. If you are neither retired, nor old, but available at lunchtime, you are equally welcome. We meet at the Black Bear Diner in Federal Way at noon.
All women are invited to join a Circle. A Circle is where faith is nurtured and growth takes place through study, friendship and outreach.
The Esther-Rachel Circle meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 12pm, various locations. (Does not meet June thru August)
The Ruth Circle meets every 1st Wednesday of the month at 12pm, various locations. (Does not meet June thru August)
A long-time Presbyterian tradition, the One Great Hour of Sharing offering is collected each year around Easter. Monies collected make possible disaster relief, refugee assistance, development aid and more.
The Christmas Joy Offering provides financial assistance to current and former church workers and families and enables deserving students to attend Presbyterian related racial ethnic colleges and schools.