Homelessness, gentrification, and racial disunity are real problems. A widening gap exists between those on their way up and those being displaced. 10% of residents in Seattle identify as atheists, the highest for any metro area in the nation.
The church has the chance to make a tangible impact by serving the common good of the city. Justin and Emilie Anderson desire to plant a church that “loves the King, seeks the Kingdom, and serves the Common Good in the center of Seattle.” They believe in the power of the gospel to transform and unify.