About
7400 Woodlawn

7400 Woodlawn is a repurposed church building being transformed for the sake of community. With the closing of Bethany Lutheran (the former congregation at 7400 Woodlawn Ave NE) in May 2016, 7400 Woodlawn formed a few months later in order to connect and engage with the Green Lake neighborhood.

Partners and programming which serve to build community in the Green Lake neighborhood are developing at 7400 Woodlawn (see the Partners & Programming link). If you'd like to receive updates about future neighborhood and community events at 7400 Woodlawn (such as concerts, recitals, yoga classes, neighborhood potlucks, meditation groups, etc.) click on the Events link or email info@7400woodlawn.org.

If you know a non-profit organization looking for office space contact 7400 Woodlawn to explore a possible partnership.

Besides seeking creative ways to build community in the Green Lake neighborhood, a new worshipping community called Emmaus Table is forming at 7400 Woodlawn which is inclusive, inter-generational, open and affirming while grounded in a Lutheran expression.  Email pastor@7400woodlawn.org or click on the Worship link for more info.


STAFF

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Harriet Platts

Community and Hospitality Coordinator

Rev. Harriet Platts joins the team as the Community and Hospitality Coordinator. She’s a local of the Green Lake neighborhood with her spouse, Fred Davis, and describes herself as an ‘urban contemplative,’ dedicated to life-long learning, creating, and nurturing spaces for community to happen. As one concerned for the wellbeing of the planet, she aims to live more deeply in right relationship with Earth and to invite others along on this journey. I look forward to connecting with you!

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Cara Tanis

Pastor for Emmaus Table @ 7400 Woodlawn

Rev. Cara Tanis joins Emmaus Table @ 7400 Woodlawn from Bellingham, where she served as redevelopment pastor. She previously worked as a chaplain for hospice and a pastor in several churches. Cara is a Spiritual Director and Life Coach. Her desire is to join others seeking authentic lives of hospitality, grace, and service in compassion-filled community. Cara is called “Mom” to Gracia, a 5th grader who is a wonderful source of joy. Cara and Gracia are eager to learn and grow in our new Green Lake neighborhood. We would love to meet you!