Cedar Park Church is a community of Christian believers that meets on Sunday mornings at 9am and 10:15am in Bothell and across the Puget Sound region at branch campuses from Lake Stevens to Duvall. We are a Christian church that believes the teachings of Jesus and the Bible. Our purpose is to be connecting Christ, Community, and Cathedral through opportunities for people to meet with and encounter Jesus Christ, to support and benefit their community, and to connect with other believers in fellowship and unity.
If you’re just checking out Cedar Park Church (or church in general), it’s easy to get intimidated. After all, there’s a lot going on and it seems like everyone but you already knows what to do. At Cedar Park, we want to make sure you’re comfortable from the moment you drive onto campus. If you’re just checking us out, rest assured that we won’t embarrass you or make you feel out of place. From the first time you’re in the door you can be sure that you’re family.
If you’re thinking about checking out Cedar Park for a service on Sunday, don’t worry – what we do is really simple. Check here for an overview of what you can expect at a typical Cedar Park service. What You Can Expect
Jay Smith, Senior Pastor
Pastor Jay has served on Staff at Cedar Park since 1999.
Pastor Jay Smith has proudly ministered at Cedar Park Church, since graduation from Northwest University in 1999, with his degree in Biblical Literature. He has attended Cedar Park since his birth, and shortly thereafter met his wife Sandy in the church nursery! They were High School sweethearts, married in 1996, and now have 4 beautiful daughters, Talia, Jazlyn, Olivia, and Avalyn. Jay and Sandy have served as Youth Pastors, lead Branch Church Pastors, and now as the Senior Pastor of Cedar Park Church. Jay is passionate about making Jesus famous, all things church, his family, music, and spending time outdoors.
Joe Fuiten, Pastor Emeritus
Pastor Joe has served on staff at Cedar Park since 1981.
After serving Cedar Park Church for 34 years as the Senior Pastor, he is now serving in the role of Pastor Emeritus. Joe is the former president of Washington Evangelicals for Responsible Government, founder of Positive Christian Agenda and of the Committee for Religious Freedom PAC, and serves on the board of directors of Family Policy Institute of Washington. He has established an organization of eight branch churches,Washington State’s largest private school in five locations, a funeral home, cemetery, mechanics shop, day camp program, and state-licensed counseling center in several locations. There are over 300 employed through Cedar Park ministries. To download Pastor Joe’s full bio, click here.