1322 S. Bayview St., Seattle, WA 98144

Sunday Mornings at Welcome Table
All are welcome to share in communion

10:00 a.m.
Meditation in the upper room

10:30 a.m.
Worship Service with Communion
Children at Worship and Wonder

11:45 a.m.
Coffee, snacks, and conversation

Find us on Beacon Hill close to Light Rail
1322 S. Bayview St. • 206.725.5067
pastor@welcometablecc.org

Children's Program
Walk our labyrinth

Monday Mornings
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Lectionary Bible Study

Thursday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m.
WTCC Concert Series
Tamara Zenobia

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We are a community of authentic storytellers celebrating diversity, transformed by grace, learning to be Christian.

Our vow with the world is to tell everyone how precious they are, to celebrate and live the love of God, embracing all.

Rev. Rebecca Joy Sumner, Pastor

Pastor Rebecca is a Northwest native, known for her artistic approach to worship, her skill in spiritual direction and her long­standing work in neighboring wherever she finds herself.

Rebecca has served a broader, ecumenical church through leading, consulting, directing and volunteering with a wide variety of faith based organizations and ministries throughout her career, including several local and national Quaker ministries, the neighborhood based Parish Collective, the justice based artistic programs of Wild Goose West, and seeding several emergent and new church starts, including Our Common Table in Everett, where she and her partner Luke (who is also a pastor) continue to serve part time.

Rebecca holds a Master of Divinity from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, as well as a Master of Arts in Religion from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and is an Ordained Minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

Rebecca loves taking long walks in our neighborhood, treating the sidewalks as her labyrinth as she listens for the voice of God in her neighbors and on the street corners. She looks to see God in the exquisite beauty of the everyday, and find ways to be playful, even in the hard work of justice seeking. Currently, Rebecca’s greatest passions are: walking with people as we imagine what church can look like in the 21st century, connecting with those that are disconnected from or have previously been wounded by church, and spending time with her spunky, smiley toddler, Liv, as she learns the world.