At Seattle First Baptist Church you will find a dynamic community that has been a voice for social justice and progressive theology in downtown Seattle for more than a century.
The venue is located at the intersection of Seneca St. and Harvard Ave. The main entrance used for Town Hall events is located on the Northwest Seneca Street side of the building using either of the two flights of stairs.
An accessible entrance is available via the West side of the building (from the parking lot). Please use this entrance if you need to avoid stairs.
Assisted listening devices available at this venue
This venue is served by Metro routes 2 and 20, among others. Click here to plan your trip.
There is a paid parking lot adjacent to the building (West side). If that lot is full, there is street parking in the area as well as the Silver Cloud Diamond Lot two blocks away at Broadway and Madison St.
Upcoming Events at the Venue
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