A smaller more intimate experience.
Kids Ministry Available
A service blended with contemporary and a touch of traditional.
Youth and kids ministries for kids ages newborn through high school.
*All weekend services take place in the lower, green building on campus.
We are on a mission.
A mission to build the greatest caring network the world has ever seen by having authentic friendships with people and sharing how Jesus is changing our lives.
In our caring network we know the names of our neighbors, we cherish friendships with the homeless and those who feel on the outside, we build schools for orphans in Kenya and Honduras, and simply bring a pot of soup for a friend who is sick. All in the name of Jesus.
His love is healing and transforming us and he can work miracles in your life too!
At Washington Cathedral, you will see quickly that we treat all people with dignity, respect, and kindness. God has called us to help those outside of the church to develop a real relationship with Jesus. We believe Jesus is God and that we can sense his presence and listen to his leadership in our lives. We also value learning and intelligence and welcome conversations with all people from all perspectives and backgrounds.
We love God’s word. We see God speak through it and change people’s lives all the time. We aim to be a church where you can be yourself and find healing for the hurts you have experienced.
We strive to embrace people from all cultural backgrounds and walks of life in our community. This is seen in the “meta-church” model that we have pioneered. We are made up of many churches that all worship Jesus in their own unique cultural way. We love to come together as one body and to see the many different expressions of faith (and share delicious food!).
Washington Cathedral Main Worship times:
Saturday 5:30PM, Sunday 10:30AM
Other Congregational Worship Services:
New Korean Community Church, Sunday 1PM
Four Winds, Sunday 1PM (Native American)
Where we came from.
Pastors Tim and Jackie White started our church in 1984 in Lake Washington High School. Preaching the love of Jesus for all people, the church soon grew. Pastor Tim is a third-generation pastor. His grandfather was Methodist, his father non-denominational, and we are an interdenominational church.
Where we are going.
Looking into the future we will continue to build a great caring network of people, meeting practical needs and real hurts in a loving way. We will continue to care for orphans across the world. We will continue to share the good news of Jesus Christ with our friends, family, community, and world.
Can I come if…
Can I come if I’m dealing with an addiction? Yes. Can I come if I’m divorced? Yes. Can I come if I’m a teenager? Yes. Can I come if I’m dealing with mental illness? Yes. Can I come if I’m an atheist? Yes. Can I come if I’m a Muslim? Yes. Can I come if I have a special needs child? Yes.
Basically, just know, we are yes, yes, and yes to you and your family.