The Seattle Village

Villagers – welcome!! Current members of the village are the only ones with this link. This page is public, but hidden. Please it out and let me know if you are uncomfortable or disagree with any of the content.

– Jason 8/29/2020


We are a community of passionate Seattleites who come together in community to work towards creating a more equitable, sustainable, and thriving city. 

“When he took time to help the man up the mountain, lo, he scaled it himself.”

Proverb

Gatherings

We gather weekly to ground and connect over a video call where we self-organize into small groups around important questions.

Checkins

We check-in with each other as a supportive community every week on life updates, challenges, and highlights.

Engagement

We connect together to have fun, get real and honest, learn and grow, and work on ideas and projects we care about.

Visitors

We invite friends and families to attend our Gatherings and explore joining our community with a full heart.

Membership

We welcome all perspectives and identities to be a part of, co-create, and grow our Village together.

Purpose

We interconnect locally to empower and impact social, economic, political, and ecological change.

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.

Coretta Scott King

Come Visit Us!

You will be welcomed with love. We want to meet you, hear your perspectives, and talk about important questions.

“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”

Margaret J. Wheatley

Questions Asked Recently

How do you stay motivated when the world seems to be at a standstill, with no end to this pandemic in sight?

How have you grown most in the last 6 months? What have you learned? What new insights have you gained?

Groups like the Village are based around respectful communication guidelines and grounding environments, how do you bring these to everyday interactions or spaces where this might not normally exist?

What is belonging?

How do you set boundaries with loved ones?

What is “Civic engagement”? How do we define/foster it? Is it important? How important? What are the best ways to meaningfully participate before the election?

“The honors and rewards fall to those who show their good qualities in action.”

Aristotle

“The progress of the world will call for the best that all of us have to give.”

Mary McLeod Bethune