Prospect United Church of Christ

open and affirming,progressive christian,liberal,

Who We Are

Prospect Congregational UCC is an Open and Affirming congregation located in the north Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. We are a small Christian community supporting each other to follow the teachings of Christ. We take the Bible seriously but not literally and listen for the still-speaking God. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.

We support an in-house preschool for low-income children and a variety of other ministries in our community.

We love to sing and have a strong choir. Nursery care and Godly Play are available during worship for small children. Other activities include silent meditation, Bible study, and a “Beyond Fundamentalism” book group.

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What to Expect

What are services like?

Traditional in format, yet with an intimate, casual atmosphere. Music is important, and may consist of traditional hymns, spirituals, popular and folk music, and original compositions by our music director.


What is the community like?

Friendly and welcoming, active in a variety of volunteer activities, aging yet vibrant,


What if I'm not a Christian?

You are welcome here! This is a community with more questions than answers, seeking truth together.

Our Services

Sunday: 10:30am

Our Weekly Service Times
1919 E Prospect St
Seattle, WA 98112
206-322-6030

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About Us

Denomination:
United Church of Christ

Language:
English

Size: Small

Music:
Traditional Hymns,Contemporary

Vibe:
Casual, Friendly, Progressive, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Neighborhood-focused, Creative

Programs:
Community Service, Social Justice, Choir, Children's Ministry, Daycare, Adult Education

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Founded:
1908



Church Leader

Meighan Pritchard
Meighan Pritchard

Meighan Pritchard is delighted to be serving as interim minister at Prospect Congregational UCC. She received her master of divinity degree in 2010 from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. In 2011, she served as sabbatical supply minister at University Congregational United Church of Christ in Seattle. Prior to seminary, Meighan was an editor, an elementary music teacher, a church handbell choir director, and administrative support at Seattle Symphony for both the education department and the Seattle Symphony Chorale. In 2006, she joined CrossWalk America to walk from Phoenix, Arizona to Washington, D.C., talking about progressive Christianity as articulated in the Phoenix Affirmations. The book Asphalt Jesus, by Rev. Dr. Eric Elnes, and the film Asphalt Gospel, directed by Scott Griessel, document this trip. A year at Sightline Institute, a sustainability think tank, sharpened Meighan’s desire to work on environmental challenges from within the faith community.
Meighan Pritchard is delighted to be serving as interim minister at Prospect Congregational UCC. She received her master of divinity degree in 2010 from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. In 2011, she served as sabbatical supply minister at University Congregational United Church of Christ in Seattle. Prior to seminary, Meighan was an editor, an elementary music teacher, a church handbell choir director, and administrative support at Seattle Symphony for both the education department and the Seattle Symphony Chorale. In 2006, she joined CrossWalk America to walk from Phoenix, Arizona to Washington, D.C., talking about progressive Christianity as articulated in the Phoenix Affirmations. The book Asphalt Jesus, by Rev. Dr. Eric Elnes, and the film Asphalt Gospel, directed by Scott Griessel, document this trip. A year at Sightline Institute, a sustainability think tank, sharpened Meighan’s desire to work on environmental challenges from within the faith community.