Building teamwork and expertise in all team and individual sports in a competitive environment through training, fellowship and goal oriented focus. Any individual or team sport may be included in this ministry. Slowly, we are building this into a larger ministry that encompasses a variety of sporting activities. We have had astonishing success in our first year with the leadership of Randy & Rod Halvorson. The Athletic Program is a Health Resource Center sponsored ministry.
Our triumphs include:
- A co-ed softball team that has won back-to-back championships for the Redmond league!
- A men's basketball team that won a Championship last spring!
- A men's dodge-ball team that placed 3rd!
- A men’s flag football team that has won two Championship titles
In the future we plan on having these sports along with others such as mountain and road biking, mountain climbing, volleyball, soccer, flag football, golf, and snowboarding. We also offer quarterly matches between team Young and Team Experience in football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. Play is open to all over 18. We also offer fantasy sports which are free online. All of this is in hopes that we can build friendships and reach out to our community. This is one part of the Greatest Caring Network.
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Building strong families of great faith by understanding God's plan for marriage and parenting; enabling parents to raise spiritually and emotionally healthy children; healing the wounds sometimes found in families; and enriching marriages and family relationships.
We are always looking for people who want to strengthen families at Washington Cathedral. We are especially interested in people with a strong passion for parenting according to God's plan for how to raise emotionally and spiritually healthy children. If you have some ideas about how God can use you in this ministry please contact President, JoDee Zappone. We're always glad to discuss Build the Family with anyone interested in this ministry!
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To Build a Generation of Young Christian Champions to Change the world!!!
The goals of Children’s Ministries at Washington Cathedral:
- Help children discover Jesus in a personal way
- Develop a dynamic relationship with Him
- Help them discover a healthy and happy lifestyle of ministry to a hurting world
- Build in them a confident sense of self worth
- Discover the unique giftedness with which God has created each of us
For class times and locations, click here
We are radically opposed to boredom!
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Washington Cathedral loves to encourage people to step across cultures to make friendships and to find ways to serve the community. Each TLC Group of Washington Cathedral has a "Good Samaritan" project, some involve feeding the homeless, others visiting the lonely in convalescent centers, still others work alongside migrant workers. To join a TLC Group and look into their Good Samaritan projects, contact: TLCemail@example.com
If you are already part of a TLC and would like to become further involved in cross-cultural ministry, here are some more opportunities:
1. Short-term Work Trips: Throughout the year, Washington Cathedral partners with "Together for Transformation" to take teams to Honduras to serve the poor and learn about God's heart for social justice. The purpose of these trips is to empower participants to become "Kingdom Christians" - those who continuously plug in to what God is doing around the world.
In 2011 we have an adult trip scheduled March 26th - April 1st and a youth team scheduled for August 13th - August 20th. Download an application for the Adult Trip here and Youth Trip here and email it to Pastor Jackie or turn it into the church office.
For information on the either trip, contact Pastor Jackie: firstname.lastname@example.org .
2. Bilingual Spanish/English "Esperanza" service. More and more spanish-speaking people are moving to the Redmond-Woodinville-Kirkland area, without a spanish-speaking church for them to worship in! The bilingual Esperanza Service is one or our attempts to meet the spiritual needs of our community. Come check it out if you would like to serve! Sundays at 11:00 am in Spirit Falls Sanctuary.
3. Your ministry idea! If you have an idea for a cross-cultural ministry, please contact Pastor Jackie.
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Building teamwork and expertise in all team and individual sports in a competitive environment through training, fellowship and goal oriented focus. Any individual or team sport may be included in this ministry. Slowly, we are building this into a larger ministry that encompasses a variety of sporting activities. We have had astonishing success in our first year with the leadership of Randy & Rod Halvorson. The Athletic Program is a Health Resource Center sponsored ministry. Our triumphs include:
In the future we plan on having these sports along with others such as mountain and road biking, mountain climbing, volleyball, soccer, flag football, golf, and snowboarding. We also offer quarterly matches between team Young and Team Experience in football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. Play is open to all over 18. We also offer fantasy sports which are free online. All of this is in hopes that we can build friendships and reach out to our community. This is one part of the Greatest Caring Network. The Washington Cathedral Athletic Program is a ministry of and sponsored by the Health Resource Center.
Pool and Gym Rules and Waiver:
Win Baby Win!
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Washington Cathedral has a variety of opportunities for people to grow in their understanding of the basic beliefs and practices of the Christian Faith.
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Building teamwork and expertise in all team and individual sports in a competitive environment through training, fellowship and goal oriented focus. Any individual or team sport may be included in this ministry.
Slowly, we are building this into a larger ministry that encompasses a variety of sporting activities. So far we have a Co-Ed softball Team that won the championship for the Redmond league, a Men's basketball Team, a Co-Ed Soccer Team, a Co-Ed Flag Football Team and a Men's Dodgeball Team. In the future we plan on having these sports along with others such as mountain and road biking, mountain climbing, volleyball, golf and snowboarding.
We also offer quarterly matches between "Team Young" and "Team Experience" in Football, Basketball, Volleyball, and Softball. Pastor Tim captains one of the teams and play is open to all over 18. We also offer fantasy sports which are free online. All of this is in hopes that we can build friendships and reach out to our community. This is one part of the Greatest Caring Network.
Late March - "Team Young" verse "Team Experience" in Full court Basketball. We have reserved the Indoor Gym at Archstone Redmond Hills to have this event. Everyone is invited to come watch and support the teams. Team Young was humiliated at Flag Football and are hungry for some revenge. Will their thirst be satisfied or will Team Experience defy the odds again coming out with a victory?
April - Spring Softball... we will have an all men's team and compete for another championship!
April - Athletic Banquet for everyone involved in our Athletic Ministry. We have a keynote speaker and hand out individual and team awards.
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Enthused Christian Creating Excellence in Leadership
By Rich Skinner, EXCEL President
When Pastor Tim established Washington Cathedral he had a dream about developing a group of ministries which would address various needs of our modern society. From that vision came E.X.C.E.L. - Enthused Christians Creating Excellence in Leadership - geared to support the spiritual growth and development for those building the business and career component of their lives. EXCEL has evolved into a non-profit organization with a wide variety of activities.
• Both an online http://www.wacathedral.org/businessdirectory and a printed version of a church-wide business directory is created new each year with business people who commit to running their businesses based upon a biblical model for ethics and honesty.
• Monthly “Impact” lunch @12:15pm on the 2nd Sunday of each month meets for a variety of topics usually based upon a video/dvd series from acknowledged Christian business experts.
• Weekly TLC groups meeting in various locations for one hour from 7-8 AM (see EXCEL TLC’s)
• Regular classes on budgeting, financial management and personal wealth development based upon several leading Christian financial experts teachings.
• Support for those seeking career changes and/or new job opportunities. EXCEL has a computer and software with capacity for writing resumes and other business tools, along with advice and counsel.
• Social networking opportunities
• Business and professional articles posted on the Washington Cathedral website.
We recently had a class on Promoting Yourself Using Social Media covering LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook among other programs. See the PowerPoint Presentation from this class here.
For anyone interested in getting involved with EXCEL, please e-mail Rich Skinner at Rich@luxurient.com so he can help you find the perfect interconnecting opportunity. |Rich Skinner||Rich||Linda Skinner||Excel||Rich Skinneremail@example.com|
Health Resource Center Board Focuses on Serving Church and Community
Led by President, Dr. Ray Vath, prominent Bellevue Psychiatrist, former Mercy Corps Board President and President of the U. of W. Medical School Alumni Association. The foundation provides a wide variety of health, wellness and safety programs throughout the year that are open to the community.
Vice President, Dr. Paul Huang – Cardiologist and Medical Director Swedish Hospital Heart & Vascular Clinic.
Secretary/Treasurer Nancy McJunkin, Co-Director of New Life Recovery Ministries; and Board Executive Director Erskine Austin, MS Systems Management and former Washington Cathedral staff pastor.
Remaining board members include: Senior Pastor, Dr. Tim White; Kevin Backlund, Sports League Coordinator; Debbie Raines, Director of Holy Yoga programs; Pam Jackson; and Marianne Hanna, Physician’s Assistant.
Advisory board members include Dr. Cindy Folsom, Dentist.
Health Resource Programs include free seminars on mental and physical health and wellness topics, a variety of 12-Step programs. Annual Heart Smart Day with Dr. Huang. Counseling in family and women in transition, depression and anxiety and positive athletic programs in all sports.
|Psychiatrist, Dr. Ray Vath||DrVathatWC2||HealthResourceCenter||Erskine Austin|
~ Holy Yoga Flow ~
Revitalizing and fun class set to up beat worship and praise music. All levels of practice for new through advanced students. Class format is moderately paced and will provide opportunity to explore poses in as much depth as desired with emphasis on breath. Modifications and variations will be given during the practice.
Tuesday & Thursday 9:15am
Tuesday 7:00pm (Childcare is available)
ReCreation Center, Student Ministries Room
(Childcare not available on Saturday)
Gentle Holy Yoga ~ Wednesday at 9:15am
ReCreation Center, Student Ministries Room
Suggested Donation: $7/class or $55/month for unlimited HY and Rev Fitness Classes
Childcare when available: $2/child
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How does one find God? He is in our prayers, guiding our words. He is in our songs as we worship Him, and He is filling our mouths when we comfort a friend or speak wisdom to someone who needs hope. Count your blessings. He is in them too.
|Linda Skinner||ReCreation Center Completed||Chester Qualls||Inspiration||Linda Skinneremail@example.com|
If you love the arts and want to serve the Lord with your talents, please come and join us. . . we need you!
For more information contact the church office at (425) 869-5433.
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The Men’s Ministry at Washington Cathedral has the goal of producing men of God with lives characterized by integrity, commitment, courage, and action. We come together in weekly encouragement groups, quarterly breakfasts, annual advances (retreats), and recreational events throughout the year. Find your place to plug in!
Purpose Statement: To help students become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Revival Youth is the Middle School Ministry at Washington Cathedral. It is our goal as leaders to provide solid teaching and an environment of warmth and Christ-like love to teens and to help them to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Our Slogan is "Offering Hope in a Messed Up World"
Wednesday Nights—Dynamic, young leaders oversee our weekly meeting that happens at The Barn or Student Ministries roomfrom 7-8:30pm. Most nights have a specific theme, some games, and then most importantly small groups. This is where the true growth occurs, where the students are talking about faith, and where students meet other students with their same struggles.
Sunday Morning Breakfast & Worship—At 10:00AM, meet in the Student Ministries Room for a free breakfast and go into Mountainide for worship and an inspiring message.
|Josh Zappone||Josh Zappone||MiddleSchool||Jackie Whiteemail@example.com|
We are happy to welcome you to MOPS, where moms of preschoolers meet together to support each other and have a little fun during this trying but rewarding time of our lives.
Our MOPS group is hosted by Washington Cathedral and meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:30 am in Spirit Falls Building (building with glass steeple closest to the road at 12300 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. NE Redmond, WA 98052)
For more MOPS information please contact Sarai Jacobs: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you soon!
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(Christian Aid Response Encouragement System)
Providing Pastoral Care for you and your family.
Pastoral Care is of utmost importance at Washington Cathedral. Whether your need is a hospital emergency, Pastoral care help, or if you are just in need of encouragement, Washington Cathedral C.A.R.E.S. for your needs.
For any emergency, please contact at 425-869-LIFE (5433)
Please go below to find links to the following ministries.
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Therapy and Recreational Swimming Pool
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"1 is a Whole #" Singles
Building a safe, caring and enthusiastic family environment for all single men and women to enjoy fun, fellowship, praise and worship. Each person, in an atmosphere of love and acceptance, will be encouraged to grow emotionally and spiritually to become all we were created and empowered to be through Jesus Christ.
Join us on Monday nights at 7pm
in Spirit Falls Sanctuary!
(Dinner available at 6pm)
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This team was created to be the inspiration and backbone of the recent challenge to build a Community ReCreation Center. We are continuing to do that, but have some expanded opportunities for ministry as well.
If you love to spend time in communication with God and would like an opportunity to expand and refresh that time, the Prayer Team invites you to participate in any of our several outreaches and/or become part of the team!
Prayer Walk: Brochure in Atrium carousel
Prayer Closet: Contact Pastor Marilyn for more information
Overnight and 1/2 Days of Prayer: These events are held periodically and have been a tremendous source of encouragement to the Building Committee as well as to the individual participants.
|Marilyn Biggs||Marilyn Biggs||Prayer||Marilyn Biggs||MarilynMuggins@aol.com|
The Randy & Rod Halvorson ReCreation Center is in full use. There is some type of activity going on each day of the week.
Sunday- Pool open to public from 2-4pm
Monday - Early Risers Ladies Swim 7am
Tuesday- Water exercise class: 9:30am-10:30am (Childcare is available)
Wednesday- Water exercise class: 9:30am-10:30am
Thursday- Water exercise class: 9:30am-10:30am
Saturday - Water exercise class: 9:30-10:30am
Open family swim time on Tuesday and Thursday eventings (time changes dependant on swim lesson schedule). Call church office for current schedule 425-869-5433.
|Michael Fernandez||pool1||ReCreationCenter||Michael Fernandezfirstname.lastname@example.org|
New Life Recovery Ministry For Men and Women
Spiritual 12-Step Program
Based on the traditional 12-Steps, New Life is a ministry of Washington Cathedral's Health Resource Center providing a safe, supportive community where you can heal from hurts and memories of the past as well as habits, compulsions and addictions that are creating problems in your life today. We address a variety of issues and have a year round open program with gender specific small groups for men and women. Available groups are Co-Dependancy & Boundary Issues, Grief & Loss, Alcohol & Drug, Healing Life's Hurts and Making Peace with Food. There is no charge. For more information contact Fiona Monaghan at 425-869-5433. Meets Thursdays 7:00 to 8:30 pm (in the Sanctuary).
AA 12-Step Program Just For Women
On The Road To Recovery
Traditional AA Support Group and a safe place for all women to share their hearts. Open to all! This special Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Meets Mondays 10:00 - 11:30 am.
Gamblers Anonymous, GamAnon, Gam-A-Teen
A Cure For A Growing Addiction
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. There are no dues or fees for Gamblers Anonymous membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. Gamblers Anonymous is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any cause. Our primary purpose is to stop gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same. Meets Tuesday 7:30 pm and Saturdays at 8:30am.
|NewLifeSeminars||Chester Qualls||RecoveryGroups||Linda Skinner|
Student Ministries ~ High School
Offering hope in a messed up world.
To help students become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Wednesday Night—This is our weekly meeting that happens in either The Barn or the Student Ministries Room from 7-8:30PM. Our time is discussion based; a place for students to make their faith their own; a place for students to see the image of God in themselves, each other and their leaders...a place to bring honest questions and discuss real issues.
Sunday Mornings: 10:00AM to 12 Noon -Breakfast—You are invited, along with your friends, to a free hot breakfast in the Student Ministries Room at 10:00AM. This is a time to build friendships, have inspirational devotion, then go to worship in the gym.
For more Information please contact Pastor Jackie White at 425-861-1375 or email@example.com.
Annual Special Events
Summer and Winter Camps, Mission Trips, Creation
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Attending a TLC (Small Group) is one way to get involved in the church family. TLC's are at the heart of our church; they are the heart of the “Great Caring Network”. Our motto is "At Washington Cathedral, NO ONE STANDS ALONE!" Who should join a TLC?
Everyone! TLC's are the ‘heart’ of a growing, healthy church – a place where friendships are formed, dreams are found, and God’s presence permeates! Whether you are a seasoned-veteran, a new Christian or looking into the faith, a TLC is the place for you. What is a TLC?
Each TLC is a “family”, a small group meeting together on a regular basis, a wonderful place for support. Each TLC is a great place for practical application Bible study – where people feel comfortable asking questions, participating in discussions, and hearing others’ insights and personal experiences. A TLC is a place where meaningful friendships and lasting relationships develop. They are meeting in homes, here at Washington Cathedral, at a restaurant, on a baseball diamond or golf course, all over; there’s probably one meeting in your area! Feeling a part of God’s family is the heart of the TLC Ministry. Just how big is a TLC?
A TLC can range in size from a few to many – but usually it is group of 12 to 20 people. Which TLC is right for me?
Washington Cathedral’s goal is to create TLC's to meet virtually every circumstance and personal situation. Every TLC has a unique personality and focus. We consider each Sunday School Class a TLC, and the teachers shepherd and love each child in their care. Some TLC's are for women only, some are for men, and some are mixed. Some are for couples, some for singles, and some a mixture. Some groups are athletic, some groups are creative, and some are service groups. As you will see from the list below, there is a TLC–just for you!
List of TLC's by Location
List of TLC's by Speciality
View the TLC Calendar
To get suggestions on a TLC to try, or to visit any of the groups listed, please contact or 425-869-5433. Every Washington Cathedral TLC saves an empty chair just for you!
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Middle School for grades 6, 7 & 8. Wednesday nights at 7pm to 8:30pm in the Barn or Student Ministries Room and Sunday mornings at 10:00am to 12:00 noon in the Student Ministries room in the ReCreation Center.
High School (grades 9-12) Wednesday nights from 7pm to 8:30pm in either The Barn or Student Ministries Room and Sunday mornings from 10:00am to 12:noon in the Student Ministries room in the ReCreation Center
College-Age For fun Summer activities Contact Sarai Jacobs: 425-463-7114
Rules and Waivers for Pool and Gym:
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The Together for Transformation (previously Charity Alliance), one of the five non-profit roundtable organizations of Washington Cathedral, has recently streamlined its vision, purpose statement, and its name. You may now know it as:
"Together for Transformation" - a Christian organization dedicated to transforming the most desperate situations of the world through strategic partnerships. Check out our website
Together for Transformation brings hope to the poorest of the poor one garbage dump community at a time. We do this by openning "transformation projects" in the most desperate situations of the world: often countries torn by war and environmental disastors. We focus our efforts on the most vulnerable and the most exploited; often these are children in circumstances of inhumane labor, prostitution, war, and homelessness.
Our first transformation project is in the Tegucigalpa garbage dump community, supporting and working with the Honduran development project "Amor, Fe, y Esperanza." For more information about this project, check out its website: www.afehonduras.org
If you would like more information about Together for Transformation, or to get involved, contact email@example.com
|Rey Diaz||Rey, Elise and Elijah Dec 09||Elise Diaz||CharityAlliance||Rey Diazfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Welcome to a new kind of Seminary!
We believe that God has not abandoned humanity, but is currently on a mission to re-create our world in his loving image. We see Jesus recruiting you and us to build an endlessly expanding network of compassionate and skilled servant-leaders who are embedded in our culture as catalysts for positive, lasting change.
Therefore, we would open a learning pathway into God's future for you that is:
Together, we form your degree around your unique, Spirit-driven calling and equip you to contribute as a recognized leader in your field of focused passion.
You and your mentor enter a spiritual, intellectual and personal journey together that will allow you to grow into your place of ministry even before you graduate.
You come to experience your life of service as a humble sharing in the present nurturing, healing and renewing work of God living in, with and through you.
The website you develop over the course of your degree will surround you with a supportive community of compassionate intelligence and with learners who are in constant dialogue with God and each other, exploring his future for his world and
Come join the conversation! We are on a life-changing journey and look forward to chatting with you along the way to God's future.
|Church Outside||WashingtonSeminary||Dr. Marty Folsom|
Celebrating Life's Transitions
Washington Cathedral celebrates the transitions in life for its congregation, their family and friends and the community in general. These celebrations begin with the dedication of precious new lives, baptism of those who are publicly dedicating their lives to Christ, joining two souls in holy matrimony and finally honoring and celebrating the lives of those who have gone to be with our Lord and Savior. There may be other special celebrations that we can assist with and invite your requests. Pertinent service details and contact information is provided for each celebration.
|Michael Fernandez||Wedding Couple - Steeple||Chester Qualls||Celebrations||Michael Fernandezemail@example.com|
Share with a fantastic group of women as they endeavor to grow together in God’s Word. Women of the Word bible studies occur twice per week. Wednesdays 9:15 am & Sundays 10:15 am.
- All levels of Bible Study experience welcome. (Beginner to advanced)
- Open to all women of all ages.
- Excellent childcare available every Wednesday and Sunday School on Sunday.
- Bi-Monthly Teas with informative and fun speakers.
- Time to grow closer to a wonderful group of Christian women
- At WOW you can attend as often as you like or be one of those who is committed to completing the five year through the Bible Program.
- Build friendships that will last a lifetime. Try Us — You’ll Like It!
|Linda Skinner||PastorLinda||Women||Linda Skinner|
5:30 pm Boulder Creek Congregation - Come as you are!
9:30 am Cathedral at the Falls Congregation - Traditional Hymns & Praise Songs, Responsive Reading in Spirit Falls Sanctuary
11:00 am Mountainside Congregation - A Contemporary service for all ages in Mountainside Sanctuary
11:00 am Bilingual Esperanza Congregation - Experiencing the Word in Both English & Spanish in Spirit Falls Sanctuary
For more information on any of these services, contact the church office at 425-869-LIFE!
|Dr. Tim White||Chester Qualls||Worship||Dr. Tim Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org|