Welcome to Seattle Open Door Church
Loving God, Loving People, Loving Life
Seattle Open Door Church is a multi-ethnic, cross-cultural church committed to sharing the Gospel to all people groups.
Our church doors are open to all races, nationalities, languages, cultures, socioeconomic levels, and those from various Christian backgrounds. Our church doors are open to individuals with a variety of challenges in regards to sin issues.
Seattle Open Door Church is a safe place to learn more about the love of Jesus Christ.
We encourage you to come as you are. No masks are required. We all fall short of God's glory. We all need a Savior. We will help you to come to the Savior and teach you how to allow Him to ultimately be the Lord of your life.
Already know Jesus as your Lord & your Savior? Then how about joining with us to grow stronger in your relationship with Jesus?
Our motto is Loving God, Loving People, and Loving Life. We believe if you love God you will love people. As you love God and people, you will find what it means to love life.
How about worshiping with us as we all learn about Loving God, Loving People, and Loving Life. Service Times
Multi-Ethnic Church Services
Seattle Open Door Church offers church services in a variety of languages: English, Korean, and Samoan. We also have what we joke as 'recovery language' also.Learn more >>
ESL (English as a Second Language)We have an ESL instructor who is currently using our building to provide ESL classes. Give Pastor Rich a call for the details. 206-396-1995.
Community of Hope
If you or someone you know are struggling with any type of addiction, bad habit, dysfunctional lifestyle, we want you to know there is hope. Community of Hope is a unique church service for those struggling with addictions, those overcoming addictions, and those who desire to help individuals with an addiction.
Check us out every Sunday at 6pm. Learn more about Community of Hope.
Aid to city of Dulag in Leyte, Phlippines
Pastor Richard & Carmi Dover along with Seattle Open Door Church have started a relief project to help the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda, specifically those living in Dulag. Learn about all they are doing and how you can partner with them to Make a Difference.