Washington District United Pentecostal Church International

Rev. Andrew Seagraves

“To be a lighthouse of the hope, peace, love and healing power of Jesus Christ. To build strong families, enrich our youth and raise our children in a way that will bring pleasure to God.“

About Pastor Seagraves

Andrew Seagraves recently moved to Bellevue, WA with his wife Sarah and their three children: Morgan, Chestin, and Preston after 15 years of ministry in Alaska. Upon receiving his B.A. from Christian Life College (1989-1993) he served as assistant to the pastor in Vancouver, WA from 1993-1996 before accepting the pastorate in Homer, Alaska.

While in Alaska he served in many Alaska – Yukon district offices including; Youth Secretary, Youth President, and Apostolic Man director. Aside from ministering in Alaska, he has worked in the construction supply business, bank management, financial trust and wealth management, and the oil/gas industry.

His family’s arrival in Bellevue is a fulfillment of a long held desire and burden for the East Side.


Director – Apostolic Man Ministry

Rev. Andrew Seagraves

Director – Apostolic Man Ministry

“To be a lighthouse of the hope, peace, love and healing power of Jesus Christ. To build strong families, enrich our youth and raise our children in a way that will bring pleasure to God.“

Andrew Seagraves recently moved to Bellevue, WA with his wife Sarah and their three children: Morgan, Chestin, and Preston after 15 years of ministry in Alaska. Upon receiving his B.A. from Christian Life College (1989-1993) he served as assistant to the pastor in Vancouver, WA from 1993-1996 before accepting the pastorate in Homer, Alaska.

While in Alaska he served in many Alaska – Yukon district offices including; Youth Secretary, Youth President, and Apostolic Man director. Aside from ministering in Alaska, he has worked in the construction supply business, bank management, financial trust and wealth management, and the oil/gas industry.

His family’s arrival in Bellevue is a fulfillment of a long held desire and burden for the East Side.