Seattle District musical event raises funds for Rebuild: Up from the Ashes

The praise team from First United Methodist Church in Bellevue, Wash. brought a joyful noise during the Seattle District fund-raising event for the Rebuild:...

When the Methodists took on the Hop King

By Patrick Scriven In a drama that played itself out in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 1895, conflicting values of late 19th century Methodism – namely...

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...

Puyallup UMC’s Blessing Box!

Kheira B., a young person at Puyallup UMC, helped bring her vision of helping those in need with a Blessing Box - a take-what-you-need...

A Liturgy for Orlando

By the Rev. Mantu Joshi* I wrote this liturgy after the recent tragedy. Please feel free to use this if it is helpful for your community. Liturgy Leader:...

First UMC of Tacoma offers support, hospitality, to striking teachers

Starting September 6th, First United Methodist Church of Tacoma (FUMCOT) has been offering hospitality to educators on strike in the Tacoma School District. Over the first three days of the strike, the church hosted over 2,000 teachers and educators.

A Fresh Start at Riverton Park – A New Beginning Celebration!

By Wendy Riddle | Logo, photo courtesy of Riverton Park UMC October 21 | 10 a.m. – Noon Riverton Park United Methodist Church 3118 S. 140th. St. Tukwila,...

Undocumented, low-income residents in Ellensburg receive JFON support

By Pastor Jen Stuart | Photos by Rob Fraser It all started with Shady Acres Mobile Home Park. Although we have a Hispanic Apostolica congregation that...

Jars for Jamaa Letu 2017

Download the PDF label at By Barbara Dadd Shaffer Like all families, it costs money to raise children in the Congo, too. The annual “Jars” campaign...

Why remembering MLK Jr. and the Beloved Community matters

Rev. Joe Kim shares a personal reflection on why remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. and his vision of the Beloved Community still matters. He offered this message by email this week to the people of Bothell United Methodist Church.