Our building was designed by Robert Durham of Durham Anderson & Freed, Architects of Seattle, WA. The building style is English Country Gothic and was built in l947. It is located at 3555 W. McGraw Street, on the corner of West McGraw Street and Eastmont Way West in the Magnolia neighborhood. Magnolia is a distinctive neighborhood which can only be accessed by bridges, but is within 15 minutes of downtown Seattle.

The building contains 22,612 finished square feet; 13,065 above ground and 9,547 square feet in the basement. The lot area is 32,859 square feet or .75 acres. The exterior of the building is sandstone, stucco and wood siding. The roof of the west wing (Pilgrim Hall and the Fireside room) is composition except for the kitchen, which is torchdown. The roof of the sanctuary and administrative wing is cedar shake.

The main entrance is on W. McGraw Street. Double oak doors open to a large foyer, with access to the sanctuary. The sanctuary is accented with wood beams and inset with beautiful stained glass windows. The windows were designed and installed in the 1950s by Willet Stained Glass Studios of Philadelphia, PA. The floors are fir. There is a baby grand piano and an organ in the sanctuary.  This floor has three offices, a parlor (social hall) a small kitchen, restrooms and classrooms.

The western portion of the building has a level entrance from Eastmont Way West. This portion of the building is two stories and a partial basement. This space offers a social hall (Pilgrim Hall and the Fireside Room), large kitchen, office/library, stage and restroom. The boiler room, restrooms, small office and choir room is located in the basement of the middle portion of the building. The parking lot is on the east side of the building. There is also a fenced play area on the east side of the building. There is additional street parking.

Pilgrim Hall – 2046 SF (33′ x 62′) facility appropriate for community meetings, wedding receptions, and family gatherings. A raised stage area at the South end is fronted by a parquet dance floor. Windows along the East wall look out over Magnolia to Seattle and Mt. Rainier (on a clear day). A full kitchen facility is adjacent to Pilgrim Hall.

The Bell Tower Room – 600 SF (27′ x 22′) room appropriate for smaller group meetings. The Library is up the stairs from the main entry to the church.  It is furnished with sofas, chairs, and a large table.

The Fireside Room – 600 SF (24′ x 25′) room appropriate for smaller classes or meetings. The Fireside Room is adjacent to Pilgrim Hall and may be used in conjunction with Pilgrim Hall, or it may be shut-off by folding partitions.