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11920 Northeast 80th Street
Kirkland, WA, 98033

425-298-4973

We are a Jesus-focused, inclusive community of faith that strives to live as Jesus lived in real, everyday ways. Come Thrive Go. Salt House is a Church on Seattle's Eastside located in Kirkland, Washington. 

Location: 11920 NE 80th Street, Kirkland, WA 98033.

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Worship on New Year's Day!
Jan
1
10:00 AM10:00

Worship on New Year's Day!

Happy New Year Worship!

Start 2017 off on the right foot (and in your jammies, if you'd like) as we engage in a spiritually-rooted approach to New Year's resolutions. We'll walk through a playful and personal exercise looking back on 2016 and looking forward into 2017, listening for what God is saying to each of us. And ALL THE CHRISTMAS CAROLS will be sung. Don't miss this cozy, formative time, together.

Psalm 139:1-6

We've adjusted our meal schedule to be the 2nd and 4th Sundays of January!

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OPEN HOUSE for the New Bethlehem Day Center
Dec
11
11:30 AM11:30

OPEN HOUSE for the New Bethlehem Day Center

The Day Center for families experiencing homelessness has officially opened its doors! The New Bethlehem Day Center is located in the basement of Salt House. Everyone is invited to come this Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to tour the amazing new facility and see all the great things God is doing through Salt House and the New Bethlehem Project.

 

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Deck the Halls + Advent Logs
Nov
27
11:15 AM11:15

Deck the Halls + Advent Logs

Sunday, November 27th is the first Sunday of Advent and we'll kick off the season well with some festive activities to get us in the holiday mood.

Following worship we will host a Deck the Halls party with lots of good holiday tunes, snacks, and fun as we decorate the spaces at Salt House for the Advent and Christmas seasons. Also, following worship there will be an opportunity to create and Advent Log! Make one for yourself or do it with your family. An Advent Log is a great way to engage in the rhythm of the Advent season. We will provide all the supplies for making the logs. Just show up and have fun crafting a wonderful seasonal tradition.

 

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Worship at Salt House guest speaker Kara Haug
Oct
9
10:00 AM10:00

Worship at Salt House guest speaker Kara Haug

On October 9, we welcome Kara Haug, the creator of Grace Unbound, a ministry dedicated to sexuality education rooted in the spirit.

Grace Unbound's PURPOSE: 

To provide comprehensive sexual education that call upon all areas in our lives and how they impact our whole selves; as well as providing a place of support where shame can be replaced by grace and healing. We believe in, support and are advocates for the LGBTQ Community. 

Grace Unbound's POINT-OF-VIEW: 

To acknowledge that God created us as spiritual and sexual beings and as a church we need to minister to and support the needs of the whole person.

kara haug bio.jpg

ABOUT KARA:

Kara Haug is the creator of Grace Unbound. She has her BA in Psychology from Hope College in Holland, MI., a Masters in Theological Studies from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA., as well as a Post-Grad Certificate in Sexual Health Education and Counseling from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Youth ministry and foster care have been her main career focus. 

Kara always asks the big questions; looking for connections to our world and the way people interact in this world together.  Through her experiences in human services, working with youth and the ministry, she has seen the way sexuality and our relationships with God (or lack thereof) affects us to our cores.  This began her fascination with the topics of sexuality and theology. She believes these are the two most intimate parts of a person and that they affect our daily decisions and our politics.

Kara is available as a resource for your congregation or non-profit.  She may be a consultant for your program, or as a speaker at an event. If interested in seeking guidance from Kara or having her speak please fill out the contact form.

Kara lives in Sacramento, California with her pastor husband and her two young children. 

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Neighborhood Forum - New Bethlehem Project Day Shelter
Jun
2
7:00 PM19:00

Neighborhood Forum - New Bethlehem Project Day Shelter

You are invited to attend a NEIGHBORHOOD FORUM at Salt House Church on Thursday, June 2nd at 7:00pm. The purpose of the meeting to introduce the New Bethlehem Project and forthcoming day shelter at Salt House to the surrounding community, garner feedback and encourage collaboration. Please consider attending this meeting to show support and, if you're a part of the Salt House community, extend hospitality to those who attend.

ENGAGE IN THE DISCUSSION VIA OUR ONLINE FORUM

Below is a copy of the letter sent to 300 neighbors that live near or next to Salt House.

Click to download the PDF version of this letter.

Click to download the PDF version of this letter.

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Worship at Salt House | Star Wars Sunday
May
22
5:30 PM17:30

Worship at Salt House | Star Wars Sunday

If you've ever met Tim Clemensen, you'd know that he's a big Sci-Fi fan. He also a big fan of the Bible. And this Sunday he'll be mashing these two worlds together in his sermon, "Rey, Jonah & Me" based on the characters and story of Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens.

You're invited to wear Star Wars gear and drop as many movie quotes as you possibly can. Tim will bring his Light Saber collection for some show-and-tell, too.

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Worship at Salt House with Jonathan Rundman
May
8
5:30 PM17:30

Worship at Salt House with Jonathan Rundman

Join us at Salt House for our regular worship gathering with special guest Jonathan Rundman.

JONATHAN RUNDMAN is a Midwest-based songwriter, performer, and recording artist. His critically acclaimed songs have been highlighted in publications such as Billboard, The New York Times, The Christian Century, and The Lutheran, and have received radio airplay from coast to coast and in Europe.

Jonathan’s songs have been used as programmatic theme music for regional and national Youth Gatherings. Dozens of congregations across the country use his Heartland Liturgy for their church services. In addition to being a leading voice in new Lutheran music, he was also a contributing author for the bestselling theology/comedy manual The Lutheran Handbook.

Originally from Ishpeming, MI, Jonathan now lives in Minneapolis, MN with his wife Dr. Dawn Rundman, a developmental psychologist and an editor at Augsburg Fortress Publishers, the publishing house of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. They are members at Edina Community Lutheran Church in Edina, MN.

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Concert with Christopher Williams
Apr
24
5:30 PM17:30

Concert with Christopher Williams

Join us for a special concert by Christopher Williams at Salt House on Sunday, April 24. It's a free event and we'll gather to hear great songs and stories. Things kick off around 5:30pm and we'll wrap up about 7:00pm.

We'll have snacks and beverages available as well as childcare for the lil' ones (up to age 4). Let us know you're coming via Facebook so we can make sure we're ready!


CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS

Hailing from Nashville, but nothing like your typical Nashville songwriter, Christopher Williams is a songwriter, storyteller, and entertainer - offering songs that are honest and confessional, yet never over bearing; and performances that engage audiences with an appealing mix of intense passion and humor.  With “lush guitar work, and sweet soaring vocals,” (Boston Phoenix) punctuated by the percussive vulnerability of a single African djembe hand drum and that stunning baritone voice, Williams continues to be a “hard-touring singer-songwriter and a master at spreading his personal energy out into a live audience.” (Madison Isthmus) Touring nonstop nationally for the last fifteen years at a pace of more than 120 shows a year, Williams has built a faithful following of listeners around the country and is a true independent artist, releasing ten records on his own label. He has toured with Grammy Award winning band Jars of Clay, opening for, as well as playing percussion with the band and has also played with songwriter luminaries Arlo Guthrie, Phil Keaggy, David Wilcox, Patty Larkin and Ellis Paul. With the release of his new CD ‘The City Makes The Man,’ Williams returns to his singer songwriter sound with a stripped down acoustic record reminiscent of his engaging live concerts. With an impressive collection of songs, there comes a certain comfort with the style and vibe of this recording and as Williams has said, 'This record is one that you need to listen to in its entirety from the very first note to the last. In my need to find rest over the last couple years, I had to create that space, and all of these songs came from that quiet. So find 37 minutes to sit and listen and engage with these songs, as I think there is a message that runs throughout that needs to be heard.'

You can hear more from 'The City Makes The Man' at iTunes - follow this link
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-city-makes-the-man/id904025279.

Here's a few links to Christopher's stuff, social media, etc.

http://www.christopherw.com

http://twitter.com/#!/cdubtweets

http://www.itunes.com/christopherwilliams

http://www.youtube.com/writecw

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Worship | Easter Sunday
Mar
27
5:30 PM17:30

Worship | Easter Sunday

Resurrection Sunday

We all live within a larger story – what we trust is true, where this world is headed, and who we are in all of it.  Easter – the Jesus story – begs the question: what story are we living?  Come hear the Jesus story in a fresh way – and the invitation to live this story of hope and possibility.  Libations & treats after to celebrate one year at Salt House!

In the Christian tradition, Easter is pretty much the punchline. But if you want to know the rest of the story, you're invited to join us on Friday, March 25th for Good Friday - A late-night experience of Jesus’ final days.  Begins with appetizers & libations – ends at the cross.


Join us for Worship
Every Sunday at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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Worship | Good Friday
Mar
25
9:00 PM21:00

Worship | Good Friday

We gather to remember both Jesus' command to "do this" (communion) in remembrance of him as well as observe his death as the ultimate act of God's love for all.

Good Friday - A late-night experience of Jesus’ final days.  Begins with appetizers & libations – ends at the cross.

Resurrection Sunday - We all live within a larger story – what we trust is true, where this world is headed, and who we are in all of it.  Easter – the Jesus story – begs the question: what story are we living?  Come hear the Jesus story in a fresh way – and the invitation to live this story of hope and possibility. 

Libations & treats after to celebrate one year at Salt House!

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Worship | Palm Sunday | Potluck
Mar
20
5:30 PM17:30

Worship | Palm Sunday | Potluck

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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SALT HOUSE WORK PARTY
Mar
20
12:00 PM12:00

SALT HOUSE WORK PARTY

Join us between 12:00pm and 5:30pm for a Work Party at Salt House. We'll be spending the afternoon doing some work around the property to 'give back' to Salt House as we prepare for our 1 year anniversary (on Easter Sunday).  It's a season of spring cleaning for us. There's a list of tasks we'll be tackling below!

WHAT TO BRING

  • Work gloves

  • Cleaning rags

  • Tools for assembling, disassembling, and installing items

  • If you plan on helping paint, bring a brush and roller

OUTSIDE
-          Corner Sign scrub clean (lower part)
-          Clean Windows (outside)
-          Break down pallet and wooden crate, haul away
-          Remove mattress & box spring, haul away

HALLWAY
-          Remove shelves from hallway
-          Taping off door jams and windows
-          Painting (paint over words and then pull stickers off)
-          Clean Windows

CHILDREN’S MINSITRY ROOM
-          Paint Trees in Sunday School Room (Dani Dodge)
-          Secure TV to cart (nylon baggage straps)
-          Hang bulletin board
-          Disassemble and remove conference room table
-          Assemble 2 IKEA Kallax shelf units
-          Hang file board
-          Hang magnetic board
-          Affix wood tree-trunks
-          Decorate room
-          Clean Baseboards
-          Clean Windows

BATHROOMS
-          Hang flower canvases in women’s (hallway) restroom
-          WD-40 large stall door in the women’s (hallway) restroom
-          Clean tape off of stall doors in women’s (kitchen) restroom
-          Install wall hooks in front (gender neutral) bathroom
-          Install cabinet in front (gender neutral) bathroom
-          Assemble cabinet for corner of (gender neutral) bathroom
-          Clean windows

SANCTUARY
-          Hang lights at top of sanctuary beams
-          Clean baseboards
-          Clean windows
-          Easter lilies (fake) put into white vases

KITCHEN
-          Haul refrigerator away (located in furnace room)
-          Hang small black and gold cross on wall
-          Deep cleaning of appliances and other spaces
-          Clean Windows

WORKROOM / SACRISTY
-          Organize work room
-          Remove / haul tree trunks
-          Remove / haul old trinity sign
-          Install pegboard
-          Lay down some plywood in attic
-          Move Christmas boxes into attic
-          Clean Windows

BASEMENT
-          Move one pew from basement to fellowship hall
-          Move other two pews to basement hallway
-          Disassemble *fully* Christmas tree. Bind branches together, label sections
-          Organize and secure Christmas stuff
-          Label all Christmas boxes
-          Move Christmas stuff from basement to workroom/sacristy

FELLOWSHIP HALL
-          Clean baseboards
-          Clean slanted wall (under counter)
-          Clean Windows

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Worship at Salt House
Mar
13
5:30 PM17:30

Worship at Salt House

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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Worship & Dinner
Mar
6
5:30 PM17:30

Worship & Dinner

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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Worship + Potluck
Feb
21
5:30 PM17:30

Worship + Potluck

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

POTLUCK!! You're invited to bring a potluck dish to share according to the first letter of your last name:

A thru I - Bring Entree
J thru Q - Bring Side
R thru Z - Bring Dessert


Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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Worship at Salt House
Feb
14
5:30 PM17:30

Worship at Salt House

Join us for Worship
Sundays at 5:30 PM

After worship, stick around for a family meal on the 1st and 3rd Sundays. First Sundays are provided by Salt House, third Sundays are potluck. Childcare for ages birth to 6 years old.

Worship at Salt House is designed to be an experiment; trial and error, full of the sacred and flavored with sometimes silly things that happen when make human plans in an effort to engage with the divine. We are not perfect people and we worship in imperfect ways, but we want to trust in God's leading.  

Here are some things you can expect when you come to worship at Salt House:

Singing // Music helps us orient ourselves.  Learn as you go + sing as you feel comfortable. We use modern music and practices informed by the church's historical and liturgical traditions.

Teaching // We teach through an interactive time of engaging the countless intersections between the Bible + Jesus + our lives + our world.

Reflection + Response // A quiet moment with music, prayer, listening to God + choosing a response for now or the week to come.

Communion // As Jesus showed us, we take bread + dip it in wine to remember God’s generosity and presence with + in us.

Childcare // We have childcare available during worship for kids from birth to 6 years old. We always have 2 people on duty and everyone who works with children is background checked.

Opportunities to THRIVE // Engage with community. We want to encourage people to thrive in their lives, especially by engaging with one another.  Check out our opportunities to THRIVE.

Opportunities to GO // Engage the needs of the world. We want to encourage people to live beyond themselves taking Jesus' words to "GO" to heart. Check out our opportunities to GO.

Giving // God is generous with us + we respond by intentionally living generous lives.  It’s easy to support God’s work through Salt House.  Text “Thrive” to 77977 or give online.

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Superbowl Sunday | Morning Service!
Feb
7
10:30 AM10:30

Superbowl Sunday | Morning Service!

Superbowl Sunday! The game starts at 3:25 p.m. which intersects with our usual worship time at Salt House (5:30 p.m. on Sunday evenings). So, rather than compete against the game, we're moving our worship time at to 10:30 a.m. with typical Sunday morning snacks available afterward. You'll be able to finish up your morning and get home and freshen up for the big game! We will not serve a meal after worship, but instead we want to encourage folks to bring canned food items for S[O]UPER BOWL SUNDAY!

So, join us on Sunday, February 7th at 10:30 a.m. for worship!

 

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Children's Ministry Pow-Wow
Jan
31
4:00 PM16:00

Children's Ministry Pow-Wow

Please join us on January 31 for our Children's Ministry Pow-Wow at 4:00 p.m. (Right before worship) at Salt House.

One of the beautiful blessings of having a more intimately sized church family is that we can together be involved in shaping who we are and what we do - which holds true with Salt House' ministry with and for children. But we also have some unique challenges our ministry leaders are facing, one of which is the breadth of ages in our children. 

We want to hear what your needs and hopes are for your family and the ministry to and with children at Salt House.  We will arrange for our children to have childcare in the nursery during our meeting (and to have an especially good time in there!).

Let us know if you will be there (send a quick email to info@salthousechurch.org). And if you can't make it but what to share your thoughts and perspective you can do that, too.

 

 

 

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Third-sty Thursday | Bellevue Brewing Company
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Third-sty Thursday | Bellevue Brewing Company

This month's Third-sty Thursday will be at the Bellevue Brewing Company, located at 1820 130th Ave NE, Bellevue.  7:00pm!

Come taste their Flagship Beers and seasonal favorites, accompanied by a full dinner menu of delicious pub grub, sandwiches and pizza.

http://www.bellevuebrewing.com/

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Worship & Dinner
Jan
3
5:30 PM17:30

Worship & Dinner

balance

This Sunday we're kicking off a new series on BALANCE! Sunday evening at 5:30pm!

Also, we've got our first-of-the-month meal prepared by our amazing Salt House kitchen staff. As always, they'd love any help you can give...there are still a few things we'd like a few volunteers to help out. Click this link to our Volunteer Spot to sign-up to bring something or help in the kitchen!

https://www.volunteerspot.com/client/invitation/e59c7c4c320d87eb48999ca1b5f840aeb19d6bd9/1350962/true#!1350962/false/false

Every 1st and 3rd Sunday we join in a family meal at Salt House. Following worship this Sunday, we'll warm up with a delicious soup supper prepared by our volunteers.

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Advent Yoga
Dec
23
6:30 AM06:30

Advent Yoga

Advent Yoga

We are making room for You to Join us for 4 FREE weekly Advent Yoga sessions.  Together, we will breathe, listen, strengthen our bodies and spirits to MAKE ROOM for Christmas.  

Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat, blanket, and water. Blocks and a few mats will be available. Classes are 75 minutes. 

Classes are led by Karen Ullery, a Yoga Alliance 200 RYT certified yoga instructor.  There will be Christian themes as part of the class, yet all faiths and people of every kind and experience level are welcome. Namaste. 

  • Please wear comfortable clothes
  • Please bring
    • mat
    • blanket
    • water
  • Blocks and a few mats will be available.
  • Classes are 75 minutes. 

Classes are led by Karen Ullery, a Yoga Alliance 200 RYT certified yoga instructor.  There will be Christian themes as part of the class, yet all faiths and people of every kind and experience level are welcome. Namaste. 

SCHEDULE:

  1. Thursday, Dec 3 - 6:30 to 7:45pm at Salt House.
  2. Thursday, Dec. 10 - 6:30 to 7:45pm at Salt House.
  3. Thursday, Dec. 17 - 6:30 to 7:45pmat Salt House.
  4. Wednesday, Dec. 23 - 6:30 to 7:45pm at Salt House.
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Longest Night Service at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
Dec
21
7:00 PM19:00

Longest Night Service at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

For those who experience a need for a more prayerful, contemplative holiday service, please join us in a quiet moment of hope and inspiration on the longest night of the year.
Although Christmas is a season focused on ‘peace’ and ‘joy’, Many of us are not experiencing joy and good cheer during these dark days, but instead are struggling with loss, illness, depression, anxiety, stress and pain. Come worship and hear through personal testimony.

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