Partners in Peacemaking
Throughout its 144-year history, Seattle First Baptist has championed the cause of peace and social justice, from its early friendship with the indigenous inhabitants to its denunciation of the Japanese internment during World War II, questioning of our military involvement in Vietnam and Iraq, and current advocacy for equal rights of the homeless, the mentally ill, the GLBT population and the Duwamish tribe.
Partners in Peacemaking is a committed group of volunteers, including both congregational and interested community members, dedicated to promote these historic ideals, both at home and abroad, through the dual avenues of education and public action.
Partners in Peacemaking Mission Statement
As Seattle First Baptist Partners in Peacemaking
We seek, in the service of peace and justice
As members of the community of faith
In active non-violence
Mark your calendar for these Partners in Peacemaking events
Below are listed upcoming Partners in Peacemaking events. You can also check the church's calendar for other topics of interest, dates, time, locations for upcoming weeks beyond the specific Partner in Peacemaking events.
No Partners in Peacemaking Events are scheduled for this week.
Tributes to the Peacemakers of Seattle First Baptist Church
Throughout much of the 20th Century, the church was home to heroic pastors and lay leaders with notable accomplishments as peacemakers in our world. Read the tributes of some of our most notable peacemakers.
Partners in Peacemaking Community Web Site
Visit the Partners In Peacemaking Community Web Site.