St. Barnabas Anglican Church will have access in spite of Sound Transit construction at NE 155th

Sunday, January 26, 2020

St. Barnabas on NE 155th
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Beginning February 1 the street in front of the church 155th St. N. will be closed to through traffic. 

St. Barnabas has been promised by Sound Transit that we will still have continuous and uninterrupted access to the church.

For the next several weeks, you may see construction activity along N 155th Street carried out by Sound Transit. 

The light rail line will go up the east side of the freeway, but Sound Transit wants to monitor noise and vibration at our property and it wants to tie into electric and other utilities along the street.

Your visits to the church should not be affected. If access is blocked by closed lanes or detours, roll down your window and wave to catch the attention of a flagger. They will make sure you can safely get into the parking lot.

Of course, at any time, if any workers are present, it’s ok to roll down your window, and call out “God bless you!”

Fr. Harley Crain
Saint Barnabas Anglican Church of Seattle


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