Do You Go to a Local Church, Synagogue, Temple or Mosque and if so Where and Why?

Tell us in the comments.

The Pacific Northwest may not be known for its high rate of religiousity and church attendance but the region has its share of faithful in its ranks.

We thought we'd ask our readers in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park if they attend a local church, synagogue, mosque or temple in the Seattle area and if so, where and why? 

Or maybe you're consider yourself a religious or spiritual person but aren't part of organized religion.

If you're wondering why would Patch ask that, it's simple. Religion is important to many people and a guiding force in their lives and local religious organizations are a vital part of the fabric of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park.

And finally, if you're an agnostic or atheist feel free to chime in too.

Tony Dondero (Editor) December 04, 2012 at 06:12 PM
I'll get this started: I started attending University Congregational United Church of Christ in Seattle in 2008 and became a member in 2009, mainly because of the young adults group at the church. It was just a good fit for me and my beliefs.
Jo Moore December 04, 2012 at 08:16 PM
For many years we have been active members of Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Church where we raised our children. This is a small vibrant community with lots of joy and music. Our mission is to be "a caring community that celebrates the growth of mind and spirit and inspires us to create a more just world."


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