Welcome to the Bethel Christian Church of the Apostolic Faith (BCC). We believe in the one true and living God, who is able to heal, deliver, from matters of sickness and disease. We believe in the water baptism in the Name of Jesus Christ for the remissions of sins and the Holy Spirit that was sent on the day of Pentecost as cloven tongues and that of fire.
Established in July, 1954 by Bishop Benjamin T. and Dr. Willa M. Moore, Sr. as the first Church in Seattle, Washington affiliated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. and through it's affiliation is the "Mother Church" for the Pacific Northwest District Council, the Seventeenth Episcopal Diocese of the PAW affiliate churches. B.C.C. is located in the Central Area of Seattle and serves the community through spiritual enrichment, community service, and as a foundation for family growth.
Current Pastor Bishop Thomas E. Davis, D.D. and Evangelist Donnell D. Davis began leading the flock June 2015 after the retirement of Bishop Nathaniel J. Davis, Sr., Th.D and Evangelist Dr. Addie B. Davis who led B.C.C. in spiritual development from July, 1978 until retirement in June, 2015.
B.C.C. continues to develop its members in a strong spiritual foundation based on biblical teachings, developing ministers to preach the gospel and establishing churches throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond in such locations as Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, and South Pacific Islands. BCC is dedicated in equipping its members to evangelize throughout the world!
B.C.C. maintains numerous ministries designed to enrich the Greater Seattle community including the Summer Free Meals Program, Prison Ministry, and Vacation Bible School. B.C.C. remains engaged in issues directly affecting the Seattle Central Area and have been advocates for the homeless, hungry, and spiritually needy. B.C.C. has spread its message for years via radio broadcast on KJR radio and currently streams its Sunday Service via Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/bccseattle).
Please join us for a very lively and expressive worship service in-person or online on Sunday mornings. Our doors are open for Youth Ministry on the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th Tuesday evening, Men and Women's Ministry on the 2nd Tuesday, Bible Study on Wednesday evening, community Prayer on Thursday and Saturday evenings, and Sunday morning Bible instruction.
Evangelist Davis and I pray as you review this site, you'll have the desire to come out and fellowship with us in any of our worship services. May God richly bless you.
Your Servant in Christ!
Bishop Thomas E. Davis, D.D.
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