Aya Tiffany Sato, SPAAC Founder with Rev. Thomas Yang, doing finger guns / Photo by Jenny HJ Kim

Aya Tiffany Sato, SPAAC Founder with Rev. Thomas Yang, doing finger guns / Photo by Jenny HJ Kim


SPAAC Church is starting August 11th! Rev. Thomas Yang and SPAAC Founder, Aya Tiffany Sato, are nervously excited to invite you to join us.

Some would say that SPAAC is already a church without the title. We’re now introducing a new rhythm into our time together to focus on the Christian part of PAAC. We’ll be deconstructing and decolonizing the traditional church model. There is no set location, preacher, or worship for SPAAC Church.

We will meet approximately every 6 weeks. The schedule for the rest of the year:

  • Sunday, August 11th, 2019

  • Sunday, September 22nd, 2019

  • Sunday, November 3rd, 2019

  • Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Stay tuned through our Facebook group to learn more.


Our Vision Statement

Creating relationships of belonging for Progressive, Asian American, Christians.

Our Mission Statement

SPAAC Church is a community committing to intentionally cultivate relationships IRL with other Progressive, Asian American, Christians. We are committed to working towards decolonizing the traditional church experience, fellowship through shared meals together, and create a culture that empowers each of these three identities in response to what is lacking in Seattle.

Our Values

PAAC is a community for socially, politically, and theologically progressive Asian American and Asian diaspora Christians (of East, Southeast, South, and West Asian descent, as well as Pacific Islanders, Native Hawaiians, and mixed-race individuals) to support each other and discuss faith, identity, and current events. It is an LGBTQIA+ affirming, feminist, justice-oriented, anti-racist, pro-immigrant, anti-ableist space that holds a wide range of theologies.

Our Slogan

This is a sacred space for us to come and rest in our identity.