In Person

Sunday Mornings

10:00 a.m. there is an optional, small, quiet, sitting-in-a-chair meditation in our “garden room” that lasts about 25 minutes.

10:30 a.m. is the gathering in our ADA-accessible main sanctuary space where we share worship time in a variety of ways. (Check out “What to Expect”.) There is “Worship and Wonder” time for children ages 6 to 12. We share the bread and cup of Communion with everyone who wants it every Sunday. (Our bread is always gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free, and vegan. Our cup is non-alcoholic grape juice.)

11:30ish we share coffee, juice and various goodies, and hang out with each other.

Physical Address & Open Hours

We’re in the Beacon Hill neighborhood, close to the Light Rail station, just a block from Beacon Ave. S. at 14th St. See map below. Our address is:

Welcome Table Christian Church
1322 South Bayview St., Seattle, WA 98144

Pastor Rebecca Sumner is at Welcome Table different days of the week and at different hours, and she would love to hear from you. Email Rebecca directly to set up a time to get together. Or call the office phone number at 206.725.5067 to leave her a message.

The Labyrinth is open to anyone to walk on the second Sunday of each month from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

You are welcome at any upcoming Events.

Our Building

We worship in a small (4,500 sq. ft.) church with an open sanctuary filled with daylight, an inner garden space, a soaring roof, and a permanent 26 foot Petit Chartres labyrinth on the floor.

On the west-facing side of the church are three one-bedroom apartments, built atop one another (each 600 sq.ft.). The top apartment has views of Elliott Bay. These apartments are leased to low-income tenants transitioning from homelessness.

We broke ground in the summer of 2015 and started worshipping in our new space in May of 2016.

Our address: 1322 S. Bayview St., Seattle, WA 98144
(on the corner of 14th and Bayview on N. Beacon Hill).

Our dream for our sacred space is an open, contemplative place—a small gem—a gathering place for prayer, liturgy and life’s celebrations, not only for the congregation but for the neighborhood we share.