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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

Justice, peace, truth, advocacy, action?

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Interfaith Partnership to Consider Supporting a Refugee Family

When: Friday, October 13, 1:00pm
Where: Bear Creek UMC Multipurpose Room

Meet with us to discuss Bear Creek UMC’s and Congregation Kol Ami’s joint ministry options working with refugees.

As we move into the Fall season, our Bear Creek/Kol Ami interfaith partnership group invites our Bear Creek UMC family to join them in supporting a refugee family in the Seattle area.  We don’t know the details or specifics yet, but if you are interested in helping with this in any way, contact any of the following:
Debby Heimfeld, Connie Gagnon, or Pastor Brook McBride



Candidate Forum

When: October 25, 5:00pm
Where: Bear Creek UMC, Celebration Space

Meet the two candidates running for the 45th State Senate. Hosted by FAN (Faith Action Network).


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