This Sunday's scripture: Luke 15
How often do we attempt to domesticate or tame Jesus to fit into our agenda and then wonder why Jesus seems so anemic and irrelevant? Where is Jesus inviting us to be thrown out of our comfort and security into the wide expanse of His grace and mission? Join us these next weeks as we read Jesus' parables together. May we be willing to hear Jesus' words with surprise and openness for fresh life!
Listen to sermons from previous weeks. They're now all online.
Free validated parking in the 321 Terry garage (enter off the alley on Harrison).
Check out our calendar
Next Kakao Open Mics:
Monday, June 5, 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 17, 6:30 p.m.
Truth & Justice Initiative
Wednesday, June 7, 7:00 p.m. 415 Westlake
Justice for Youth: A Panel Discussion
Hear from Seattle neighbors committed to addressing the racial and systemic injustices in our city that directly affect youth. Learn more about the King County Juvenile Detention Center and explore how you can support incarcerated youth in our community.
Featuring Kim Ambrose (UW Law Professor and Juvenile Defender), Jon Abe (Urban Impact, Director of King County Youth Chaplaincy), Jason Davison (Union Gospel Mission's Church Engagement Specialist), and a firsthand view from a youth involved the criminal justice system.
The Union Book Group
Next Book: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
Date: July 13, 7:00 pm, Kakao Cafe
Our current series is on Race & Justice.
UNION CAMPING TRIP
Save the date July 21st through 23rd at Camp Casey (campsites, some rooms and some bunks available).