who we are
- Quest is an urban, multi-generational, and multi-ethnic church in Seattle striving to be an incarnational presence in a postmodern and post-church culture. Read more »
when & where
- What's happening at Quest this week.
Jun2nd09:00amIf you’re interested or would like more info, contact Pastor Gail by May 27; a baptism class will be on Thurs., May 30. Baptisms are held monthly...
Jun2nd09:00amThis class helps parents walk through the choices of infant baptism or dedication. Please RSVP to Pam Christensen by Wednesday May 29 if you’d...
Jun4th09:30amParents of grade schoolers are invited to pray together for their children with weekly scripture email throughout the month. This group, led by...
Jun6th06:30pmEvery first Thursday of the month, we host a casual dinner and Q&A for those who are new to Quest, those who are curious about or considering...
Jun9th07:00pmIt's a partaaay y'all! Every 2nd Sunday@7pm, we invite our Life Together Community (Post college/Pre-Children) to a pot-luck where we gather to eat,...
Jul7th09:00amIf you’re interested or would like more info, contact Pastor Gail by May 27; a baptism class will be on Thurs., May 30. Baptisms are held monthly...
2013 Quest Annual Report
We would like to thank our church community for another wonderful annual meeting! We have a lot to be thankful for, and many amazing opportunities in the coming year! We embark on the theme of RECONCILIATION this year as we continue to follow our call in serving our Seattle community. For those that are interested, please feel free to take a look at the annual report from the meeting.
In need of prayer?
If you are in need of prayer and need the support of our faith community behind you, please don't hesitate to contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bridge Care Center Donations
The Bridge Care Center is always looking for more donations for our clothing bank, particularly: men's jeans (sizes 32-36), coats, sleeping bags and blankets. Donations can be dropped off at The Bridge on Tuesdays (2-6 p.m.), Thursdays (10 a.m.-2p.m.) or at church on Sundays.