The building that we worship in has a great history. In 1954, the church purchased an old school house and became Meadowdale Community Church. This building is one of the last (or possibly the only) remaining landmarks from Meadowdale's Pioneer days. This is the oldest one-room school house that we know of still in use from the Meadowdale School District. In 1922 Upper Meadowdale built this new school house, 1950 Meadowdale Union Sunday School began renting the building for $5 per week before purchasing it in 1954.
Service is held every Sunday morning at 10:45am. See map. You can expect to experience a multi-generational worship service. We sing "psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs" (Colossians 3:16). Our worship services can typically be expected to finish by 12:10 pm. We encourage you to come as you are – if you want to dress up, feel free to do so. If you want to wear casual attire, that's perfectly fine as well! Either way, we're just going to be glad to have you with us!
Pastor Toby Logsdon: Pastor Toby earned a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) with an emphasis in Classical Christian Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary in 2009. Toby and his wife, Kristina, married in 1995, and have two children: Kaleb and Madisyn. They moved to Lynnwood in January 2011, and Toby was installed as our pastor in March of 2011. Toby enjoys reading, presuppositional apologetics, garage sale picking, listening to music, and learning to play bass and guitar.
5 books Toby recommends:
From Paedobaptism to CredoBaptism by W. Gary Crampton
God's Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation by David W. Saxton
Mere Calvinism by Jim Scott Orrick
For the Glory of God: An Exposition of the Canons of Dort by Cornelius P. Venema
The Potter's Freedom by James R. White
Associate Pastor: Jordan Gerard: Jordan is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s in Divinity (B.Div) from Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary. Jordan and his wife, Amanda, have three children: Seraphina, Micah, and Annabella. Jordan was born and raised in the north Seattle area and has a love for this community, and a desire to reach the lost within it. Jordan loves to study theology, work with his hands, play guitar, and teach the bible.
4 books Jordan recommends:
The Ten Commandments by Thomas Watson
The Glory of Christ by John Owen
All That is in God by James Dolezal
The Pilgrims Progress by John Bunyan