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Interfaith Social Action Group

Bear Creek United Methodist Church and Congregation Kol Ami commit to an interfaith partnership that creates connection with other faith-based congregations, to establish a collective voice speaking out in solidarity with the vulnerable and bringing about positive resolution of moral issues associated with environmental, social and economic injustice.

Upcoming Interfaith and Social Action Events
The Greater Seattle Council of Churches is a clearinghouse for many interfaith and social justice events. There are several upcoming events supporting immigrants and refugees, addressing racism, supporting interfaith relationships, and regarding the environment. Check out the calendar- click the link: Community Events Calendar

Writing for Health Care
When: Thursday, May 11th, 6:00pm
Where: BCUMC (16530 Avondale Rd NE, Woodinville) – multipurpose room

Come learn how to and write postcards, emails, and more as we come together to fight for health care for all in our country.


Interfaith Partnership Meeting
When: Sunday, May 21st, 12:00pm
Where: Bear Creek UMC (16530 Avondale Rd NE, Woodinville) – multipurpose room

We are an open group and everyone is welcome. Our goal is to partner to strengthen connections and understanding with other faith based congregations.  We also work together to bring about positive action concerning  current local and national  issues such as environment, health care, and  social and moral injustice that align with our beliefs.

Contact Debby or Connie for more information.

Pathways and Networks for Justice; Workshop on Supporting Local Immigrants and Refugees

Tell Congress: Fund Family Planning Programs!


Interfaith Earth Day Service – POSTPONED
When: TBA
Where: Bear Creek UMC (16530 Avondale Rd NE, Woodinville)

Join Kol Ami and BCUMC to reaffirm our commitment to taking care of our planet.


To find out about upcoming Interfaith Social Action events, click here.  Church Council of Greater Seattle’s website.
For more information about the BCUMC /CKA Interfaith Partnership, please contact Connie Gagnon or Debby Heimfeld