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Welcome to Wedgwood!

At Wedgwood Community Church, we see faith as a journey;
and as a community of faith, it is our desire to be on that journey together, nurturing, encouraging, and giving strength to one another as we learn and grow and move further along our path. We seek to be a place where everyone feels safe to explore a deep connection to God and with each other, knowing that every person's story is different.

We would love to meet you wherever you are on your journey--
so please, come see for yourself who we are at Wedgwood CC!


Movie Night: Saturday, April 25
The next Movie Night will be on Saturday, April 25, at 6 PM. The film, God's Not Dead, will be shown in the Fellowship Hall on the big screen. Bring a friend!

America for Christ Offering
Many thanks for your contributions to the 2015 campaign! Our goal was $700 and Victoria reports that your contributions totaled $809.10 - including $18.40 in total from two change boxes turned in last Sunday!

Children Are Welcome
We encourage your children to attend the worship service with you each Sunday! Nursery care is available if desired from 10:50 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. Please check with the greeter for directions. In addition, during the worship service, children will be dismissed to activities following the Young Disciples message.

The Weeks Ahead

Bible Study

Tue 4/21 10:00 a.m.

Faith Connections

Tue 4/21 7:00 p.m.

Saturday Movie Night

Sat 4/25 6:00 p.m.

Prayer Time

Sun 4/26 10:30 a.m.

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Sun 4/26 11:00 a.m.

Sermon Discussion

Sun 4/26 12:20 p.m.

St. Anne's Ministry

Sun 4/26 3:00 p.m.

Mother’s Day Breakfast

Sun 5/10 9:30 a.m.

Seattle Mariners Game

Mon 6/1 7:10 p.m.

Church Picnic

Sun 7/19 1:00 p.m.

See Calendar for a complete list of events.

Tell about a time when you felt out of your depth in a conversation. Perhaps the discussion was about something you were not familier with or don't talk about very often. How did you respond? How do you feel comfortable or confident again?

 This Month's Focus - APRIL 2015

About Rev. Wim Mauldin

Rev. Wim Mauldin

Wim Mauldin has been pastor of Wedgwood Community Church since 2012. He comes from the American Baptist tradition and yet people who listen to him seem surprised because he does not fit what they think of as "Baptist". His training and experiences include those as family counselor, chemical dependency counselor and interventionist, supervisor of chaplains in training, community organizer, and local church pastor. Pastor Wim and his wife have two adult daughters who live in Seattle, WA and Nairobi, Kenya.


Marty Welch Martha "Marty" Jean (Rucker) WELCH

Our remarkable Marty Welch passed away on Tuesday, February 24. Many of us attended her “thank you” party the preceding Saturday, appreciative of the opportunity to say good-bye to her and see her in such good spirits. As evidenced by a packed church at her memorial service, Marty was dearly loved.

The Rain City Women’s Chorus presented a concert at Wedgwood Community Church in honor of Marty on Sunday, March 22, and per her request the freewill offering was donated to the college tuition fund of Charlette Tapsoba. Nearly $700 was raised!

Marty was one of the most thoughtful, friendly, and giving persons I ever knew. She routinely sent notes of encouragement and gifts to folks who were hurting, baked treats for friends and neighbors, and graciously hosted small groups for church. She was an active participant in many neighborhood outreach projects.

Just walking into a room, Marty made us smile. She volunteered and joined in activities enthusiastically and she had limitless energy, walking miles each week until shortly before her passing. On cruises, Marty participated in every shipboard activity and signed up for the “strenuous exertion” shore excursions. On a Caribbean cruise last summer, she was determined to look up a cousin of hers at one of our ports of call in the Bahamas. Off she went on her own, knowing only her cousin’s name and occupation. As evening fell, we were relieved to see her come bounding up the gangplank. She related a charming account of how she tracked down her cousin and had a brief but delightful visit with her. Inquisitive, vibrant, and intrepid, Marty undertook every project with gusto and good humor.

In the April 2011 issue of the Wedgletter, we interviewed Marty for our Getting to Know series. She said her motto was “Be yourself and be honest. That’s what is best.” That summed up Marty. She was true to herself and forthright. And she was unwaveringly courageous! We will always remember and love our Marty.

— Ellen Brown

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