Here's a Taste of What's Happening at Seattle First Baptist Church Recently
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Monday, Jan. 15
People from Seattle First Baptist participated in the annual MLK Worship Service sponsored by the Evergreen Association. Several members of our choir sang in the joint choir for the event. Patricia Hunter and Jennifer Ikoma-Motzko were among the speakers. Robert Michael Franklin was the preacher.
Sunday, Jan. 14
Adult Learning began a new series on Sunday with Bettie Williams-Watson leading a three-week series called IF NOT NOW, WHEN?. During worship, Pastor Jennifer Ikoma-Motzko gathered us. Pastor Harriet Platts called for the offering and prayed. Martha Hopler did the Time with Children. April Kuhr played a substitute piano - our grand piano is getting some long-overdue maintenance. Larry Green sang a solo and with the Sanctuary Choir. Rev. David Bloom preached.
Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018
Adult Learning featured the second session with Genjo Marinello, Abbot of Cho Bo Jin Zen Temple on Beacon Hill. Music during worship included two duets on the piano by April Kuhr and Margaret Norton-Arnold. Cynthia Per-Lee brought a word about pastoral care. Pastor Jennifer Ikoma-Motzko welcomed us and celebrated Jesus' birthday during the Time with Children. Muriel Jones-Cashdollar urged us to attend an Adult Learning series on domestic and sexual violence that begins next week. Pastor Harriet Platts prayed with us and did communion with Bruce Chittick. Our guest preacher was Jamal Rahman. Alyssa MacLachlan told us about the Christmas stocking for the homeless project during the Fellowship Offering. We wrapped up the service singing This Little Light of Mine.