Becoming More Like Jesus Together for the Sake of Our World

Meadowbrook Church longs to see men, women, students, and children grow to become more like Jesus in community together for the sake of our neighbors, friends, family, and city.

Formation / Community / Mission

Formation / We believe you and I were made in God's image and He is committed to forming us more and more into the people He created us to be so that we can enjoy His great love for us. The amazing thing is, when He does this work, we also finally begin to live life as our true selves, the way life was meant to be lived.

Community / We believe this kind of life transformation only happens in a community where each of us are known and loved by others. So, we're deeply committed to cultivating authentic community as the soil in which we are changed.

Mission / We also believe this transformation isn't an end in and of itself. God is changing us so that we can bless our neighbors, our workplaces, and our city with His presence. 

We are a multi-generational, warm, welcoming community; a place to believe, to belong and to become like Christ. We would love to meet you!


15th Anniv. Photo.JPGAfter serving churches in Kentucky, Scott & Sherrie Brewer were called to move their family across the country and start a new church serving the Greater Eastside of Seattle. 

Launching on Easter Sunday, April 15, 1990, Meadowbrook began with two families. Today, 200 men, women and children call her their church home. For 15 years, Meadowbrook met at Redmond High School on Education Hill. Today, Meadowbrook gathers every Sunday in our building near Marymoor Park and all over the Eastside in homes throughout the week.

In 2023, Scott Brewer retired after 33 years of faithul ministry and Meadowbrook called Ken Flower as their next Lead Pastor.