Are Smoky Summers the “New Norm”?

As wildfire smoke continues to blanket much of the Pacific Northwest, Cindy Haverkamp checks in with churches in the PNW's hardest-hit district to discover how they are ministering to their congregations in what may be a new "normal".

Recognizing local church achievements, extraordinary service by members at #pnwac16

Recognizing local church achievements, extraordinary service by members at #pnwac16 By Teri Tobey with Jesse N. Love Puyallup, Wash. - The PNWAC 2016 Awards Banquet honored...

Rev. Kim Fields to Central United Protestant Church

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It is the intention of Bishop Grant Hagiya to appoint the Rev. Kim Fields as Senior Pastor to Central United Protestant Church, a United Methodist...

Rev. Matt Gorman as Pastor of Leavenworth UMC

Bishop Elaine J.W. Stanovsky intends to appoint the Rev. Matt Gorman as Pastor of Leavenworth United Methodist Church in Leavenworth, Washington beginning July 1,...

Karen Fisher as Lay Minister at Lake Chelan UMC

Seven Rivers District Superintendent Mary Huycke announces her intention to assign Karen Fisher as Lay Minister at Lake Chelan United Methodist Church in Chelan,...

Faith in Action! What the PNWUMC Does Really Well!

By Rosalee Mohney | Photos by Rosalee Mohney Rebuild: Up from the Ashes Project is in full swing and resources and volunteer help are needed!...

Rev. Linda Lusnia as Pastor of Moses Lake UMC

Bishop Elaine J.W. Stanovsky intends to appoint the Rev. Linda Lusnia as Pastor of Moses Lake United Methodist Church in Moses Lake, Washington beginning...

Cashmere Weekly Dinners Bring Community Together

By Rick Steigmeyer Originally published on June 11, 2014 in The Wenatchee World.  Reprinted with permission.   CASHMERE - A large sign placed out on the...

Richard Curtis as Lay Minister at Pateros UMC

Seven Rivers District Superintendent Juli Reinholz intends to assign the Richard Curtis as Lay Minister at Pateros United Methodist Church in Pateros, Washington beginning...

Toppenish church to celebrate 120 years and counting!

Eli Martinez, co-lead pastor for New Harvest Fellowship in Toppenish, WA, sees the upcoming celebration of 120 years of a Methodist presence in the community as an opportunity to renew ministry to a city dealing with fear from recent shootings.

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