"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
TO: All Kids and their Adults at Lake City Presbyterian FROM: Leena and Sandy RE: Summer Sundays, July 3 through September 4, 2016 This summer, we are designing worship to include every person of every age for every part of the service. After the Time for Young Disciples, kids will ... Read More »
Wildwood Forest Vacation Bible School will take place August 1st through 5th, 9:30am to 12:00pm for children three years to completed 4th grade. Older youth are welcome as helpers. Cost will be $20 per family. We will have a fun full week of stories starting in the old testament and ending in ... Read More »
Kids just got out of school for the summer, but, knowing retailers, back-to-school sales will start soon. We have some lovely, hand-made school bags that need filling, before we send them off to “Gifts from the Heart” to be delivered to children in need. This year we are not including the ... Read More »
Want more LCPC news? You might enjoy reading our LCPC monthly Newsletter. If you wish to include an article in an upcoming issue, contact Kathy Babinec at email@example.com. The deadline for turning in articles is the 15th of each month. Read More »
Please plan to stay for a time of fellowship and food following worship on June 26th. Bring some food to share if you are able, but stay to eat with friends as there will be enough for everyone. Questions can be directed to Susan Potemkin, Linda Hand, Joan Wilson. 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
Monday, August 1st
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