Eastern Washington Wildfires

By the Rev. Stanley J. Norman "This is a very active and fluid situation," fire spokesman Chuck Turey said. Mr. Turey is a master of...

An Update on the Mudslide in Snohomish County

By Patrick Scriven | Director of Communications & Young People's Ministry Bishop Grant Hagiya asks all United Methodists to join him in prayer for those...

Mudslide Update: Our impact, dollars at work for Oso relief

View of the hill side that gave way near SR 530. A hillside in the Snohomish County community of Oso at SR...

PNW Wildfires: How You Can Help

PNW Disaster Response - Wildfire Update: How You Can Help By Jim Truitt FOLLOW PNW UMVIM ON FACEBOOK It has been a hot and dry summer in the...

United Methodists ready to assist after mudslide

The March 22 landslide near Oso in Washington State left at least 14 dead and more than 170 missing. Photo by Washington State Patrol By...

Your Thoughts and Prayers have just Arrived

A recent Facebook post with a meme criticizing the "thoughts and prayers" response to disasters got under the skin of Scott Rosekrans, pastor of Port Hadlock Community UMC. He spent some time reflecting on what prayer should mean to Christians and how a sincere faith is inevitably coupled with action.

Pateros “Make a Difference Day” is October 25, 2014

Article and Photos by Jim Truitt, PNW UMVIM Disaster Response Coordinator The largest wildfire in Washington’s history roared through the North Central part of the state in...

Washington Wildfires Update

By the Rev. Stanley J. Norman Firefighters are finally containing the massive Carlton Complex Fires in Eastern Washington (52% contained as of Thursday, July 24th)....

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...

Trial By Fire

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Photos & Story by David Reinholz | Associate Lay Leader, PNW Conference "We saw the fire come over the top of the ridge at 7:00 pm...

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