This was a small church, maybe 60 people in attendance - and tons of kids. They have a beautiful, welcoming feeling -- and they state "wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here." The list of activities and the people who spoke were impressive! They had a garden swap table, they have a VBS, and a family camp. They promote social justice for everyone by feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, and including all people regardless of race, economy, sexual orientation, or religious view. What a refreshing change! It felt wonderful. I will visit here again. Anyone looking for a Christian church that is open and loving to all people will find this church feels right.
Te pople there were very open and welcomed me very warmly. I felt right at home there. the sermon was interesting, a little different from most christian churches I'd been to, but very nice. My kids loved the church school, and were full of tales of how much fun it was. I really liked how they made an effort to get to know me and make me feel welcome.
In an area surrounded by water, travel by boat makes sense. Washington State Ferry is the largest ferry system in
the United States, serving nearly 18 million commuters and visitors a year. Eight routes service 20 terminals, including the ...
This artificial lake is home to a variety of geese, ducks and other wildlife. It is also popular with swimmers,
runners, crew teams and cyclists. One lap around the lake is a mere 2.8 miles, and you can rent ...
The Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism is the only monastery in the United States, this brightly painted building came to
fruition in 1928 as a Presbyterian church. Now decorated with intricate carvings and red and yellow colors, this monastery ...