"A small church doing a disproportionate amount of good"
We are located at:
3841 NE 123 Street, Seattle 98125
Lake City Presbyterian Church is a small church doing a disproportionate amount of good. This is because we take seriously Christ’s call to love our neighbors.
The energy for our service comes from our deep sense of gratitude to God, expressed each Sunday at 10am in worship. We are more a "resonate with deep notes on the organ" church than a "loud drums" sort of church, but there is a warm informality to our gatherings. You’ll see some ties and dresses, more jeans, and even some kids in their pj’s.
The genius of the small church is that everyone’s gifts can be given without requiring a lot of polishing first. Your presence would be a welcome gift at Lake City Presbyterian. I look forward to meeting you!
Rev. Sandy Hackett
We are looking to hire a new Facilities Manager for Lake City Presbyterian. Please share this information and help publicize this position. The Facilities Manager is a full-time position, exempt position, working 40 hours per week, maintaining the building in excellent working order, and ... Read More »
On Monday, June 19th at 6:30pm, PC USA mission co-workers Sandi and Brian Thompson Royer will be here to share their experiences of working with the people of Guatemala. They work in the area of domestic violence with the women’s organization of the National Presbyterian church of ... Read More »
On Sunday, May 21st the LCPC Deacons presented an Elder Care and Abuse Awareness program. The presenters were Pastor Sandy, Brenda Charles-Edwards and Ellis Weller-Walker. The “Family Caregiver Handbook” which includes topics on “Caregiving and Family relationships,” “Where to Turn ... Read More »
You have lots of options, from well-established mainline denominations to brand new big-box churches. Our hope is that you find one that speaks to who you are and yet also calls you to become more. If you are looking to be more connected to God, to people and to the community, we would encourage you to check out Lake City Presbyterian Church
Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) seeks to end hunger in Seattle by collaborating with community partners. They provide nutritional meals and basic cooking skills to the homeless and hungry of Seattle, while focusing on empowering those servedLearn More »
Lifetime Learning Center's mission is to provide a program for older adults to enrich their educational and cultural knowledge and physical well-being in an intellectually stimulating and socially supportive environment.Learn More »