Places of worship in Seattle

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Buddhism[edit]

Christianity[edit]

Catholicism[edit]

Byzantine Catholicism[edit]

Roman Catholicism[edit]

Past churches:

Present-day churches:

Orthodox Christianity[edit]

Protestantism[edit]

Adventism[edit]

Baptist Christianity[edit]

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)[edit]

Christian Science[edit]

Former Christian Science churches:

Church of God in Christ[edit]

Congregationalism[edit]

Plymouth Congregational Church[edit]

Plymouth Congregational Church has been through a number of buildings over the years:

Episcopalianism[edit]

Lutheranism[edit]

Mennonites[edit]

Methodism[edit]

Seattle's two earliest congregations were both Methodist.

A.M.E.[edit]

African Methodist Episcopal Church

Mormonism[edit]

Non-denominational Protestantism[edit]

Pentecostalism[edit]

Presbyterianism[edit]

Seattle First Presbyterian Church[edit]

Seattle First Presbyterian Church was once, under pastor Mark A. Matthews, the largest Presbyterian congregation in the U.S. It has had a number of different church buildings over the years.

Unitarian Universalism[edit]

Hinduism[edit]

Islam[edit]

Judaism[edit]

Present-day synagogues[edit]

Former synagogues[edit]

Theosophy[edit]