Job Opportunity: Gospel Choir Piano Accompanist

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church is seeking a Piano Accompanist for the Gospel Choir for Wednesday rehearsals at 6:30-7:25pm and Sunday morning worship at 8:30 AM.

The choir sings on Sunday about once a month and rehearses every Wednesday. The accompanist plays the 2 Wednesdays prior to the Sunday the choir sings. Reading music is required.

Inquiries should be directed to Diane Figaro at 206-271-5117 or dfigaro123@comcast.net.

Seeking Volunteers for This Year’s Lent Event

Are you interested in helping children and families of all ages to prepare for a spiritually enriching Lent? Do you like working behind the scenes to help create educational experiences? Do you enjoy sharing activities with young and old alike?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions then please sign up to help prepare for or take part in the Lent Event scheduled for Sunday, February 26th. Contact Minister of Children and Families Nancy Monelli and provide your name and the best way to contact you (phone, e-mail, etc.). This year’s event will be different from any we’ve had in the past so you won’t want to miss the chance to help make it happen.

PRLC Pilgrims

Moving Forward Together

Many of us wrestle with how to best live as both Christians and citizens while partisan politics divide our country. At PRLC, we take great care in how we approach public advocacy on potentially divisive issues. Some may wish to keep political opinions private, while some may feel compelled by the Holy Spirit to speak and act publicly. We respect the convictions of every member of our community, even if we disagree.

Recently, a large group of PRLC members participated in the Womxn’s March on Seattle and found tremendous hope in the practice of walking together toward a common goal. Continuing in this vein, a new group is forming: PRLC Pilgrims.

2017-02-01 Holding CandlesAs individuals on a long journey, we may tire. As a community on a pilgrimage, we support each other and draw from our strong faith tradition to move forward in the face of oppression. Together, we march toward the light. Our first need is to gather before God and find rest for our souls. Drawing on the rich emotional landscape of the Psalms, Pastor Hansen and Minister of Outreach Patrick Meagher are planning a special service to care for heavy hearts and find rebirth for the days ahead.

Service of Lament and Thanksgiving

Thursday, February 9, 2017, 7pm

If you’d like to attend, please contact Minister of Outreach Patrick Meagher.