Support Meetings

PFLAG Seattle Support Meetings

PFLAG Seattle hosts three support meetings in the greater Seattle area – Capitol Hill, North Seattle and Renton. Each support meeting is coordinated by a volunteer who may schedule speakers or topics for a particular meeting. When available, the topics and speakers will be posted on our Events Calendar. A typical meeting consists of a topic discussion or presentation followed by breakout sessions where everyone is given an opportunity to share their current situation or experience. Materials such as pamphlets and brochures are available at each meeting as well as lending library requests.

All meetings occur in church facilities, but PFLAG doesn’t promote any religious beliefs or doctrine. Each church offers space to us as an acknowledgment that they welcome and support the LGBTQ community.

If you find yourself in immediate crisis, please call the Seattle Crisis Clinic at (206) 461-3222 or 911. For less urgent matters, please call our Helpline at (206) 325-7724 and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

Meeting Times and Locations

2nd Mondays, 7-9 pm
Seattle First Baptist Church
1111 Harvard Ave., Seattle 98122
Meeting Room: Fridell Hall

Map & Directions
[Located one block west of the corner of Madison and Broadway. The parking lot is located behind the church at Boylston and Seneca.]

The Seattle chapter has had a longstanding relationship with Seattle First Baptist Church, which has welcomed LGBT persons for more than 40 years. Learn more

1st Wednesdays, 7-9 pm
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Ave. S., Renton
Meeting Room: Pritchard Hall

Map & Directions

4th Tuesdays, 7-9 PM
Haller Lake United Methodist Church
13055 1st Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
Meeting Room: Friendship Room


Map & Directions

Support Meeting Privacy

Our primary purpose is to provide a comfortable atmosphere of openness where parents, families, friends and LGBT persons can share their experiences with others in order to learn how to support one another with love and pride.

We provide support and encouragement to people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender during the process of “coming out” to their families. Interacting with other parents offers a perspective on what their own parents are experiencing.

We encourage extended family members and friends to join us for support in their learning experience.

We offer full support of human and civil rights for sexual minorities by speaking out and acting whenever necessary to defend their rights.

When attending a meeting, please keep in mind the following:

  • What is said in our meetings, as well as the identities of persons attending, is kept confidential.
  • Presence at these meetings does not indicate any particular sexual orientation.
  • No cameras or tape recorders are allowed at our meetings without prior written consent.
  • We ask that all electronics be shut off or put on silent.