SeaTac Missional District Cultivation Event

Visions for a New Church

On Saturday, April 2, 2022, the SeaTac Missional District gathered in a continuing effort to create learning opportunities for the lay and clergy leaders of our district, and for our Pacific Northwest Conference as well. This Cultivation Event highlighted ministries in the district that are engaging new energy and spirit that is opening doors to renewal and new life, that we believe can have a profound impact on every church and ministry.

You are invited to experience the devotional, the workshops and the closing reflection as you access the videos below.


Opening Devotional

Be inspired by uplifting music and a challenging word from Rev. Dr. Osagyefo Sekou, a nationally known pastor, speaker and community organizer, who we are blessed to have as one of the leaders of Valley and Mountain. Rev. Sekou is joined by members of the music ministry of Valley and Mountain.


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Workshops

The Heart of Ministry at Valley and Mountain

Rev. John Helmiere and Rev. Dr. Osagyefo Sekou share the core values of Valley and Mountain, that have helped to make this one of PNW’s most successful and impactful church plants.

The Work of Anti-Racism at Ronald UMC

Hear how Pastor Kelly Dalhman-Oeth and laity from Ronald United Methodist Church responded to Bishop Elaine Stanovsky’s call to address the sensitive topic of racism and white privilege in their congregation. Click here for the resource page referenced in the workshop.

Sundays in a New Way

Hear how Bellevue First UMC has embraced a new vision for Sunday worship, that honors acts of piety and spiritual formation, but also activates the congregation through acts of justice, mercy and community engagement as well. Pastor Phil Antilla leads the conversation.

Closing: A Change Theory for our Greater Northwest Area

Our Greater Northwest Area Innovation Vitality Team – represented here by Director of Innovation for an Inclusive Church Kristina Gonzalez – has articulated a Change Theory that they believe has the power to transform our churches and ministries.

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