Welcome from the people
of the Snohomish United Methodist Church
Please join us Sunday mornings at 10:00am. If you are looking for a church family that purposefully seeks to be a place where all are welcome and all are given an opportunity to hear and speak the Word of God, then we hope you find us true our purpose. For more information on our worship service,
Traditional Worship Services
We ring the bell at 9:50am (the children often help) and then the pianist/organist plays gathering music.
Worship begins at 10:00am. Communion is the first Sunday of every month. Everyone gathers for the call to worship, the opening hymn, the children's message, The Lord's Prayer (led by the children), and the passing of the peace. Then the youth and children go to Sunday School.
Our choir, accompanied by piano or organ (or both) lead our music. As Protestants, we participate in the prayers and liturgy. Our pastor's sermon is based on the day's scripture lessons and relates to our current life in the church and greater community.
Our church is very accessible. We are all on one level with nice wide doors and hallways. We have ample parking
Sunday School & Nursery
Calling all children! Pre-school through high school age children are welcome to attend Sunday School after being present at the beginning of Worship for a Children’s Message. For those that are still a bit too young, we offer a wonderful nursery with an attendant to help parents freely focus on worshipping.
The morning's lesson is the basis for the worship, so families are sent forth with a message to which they can all relate.
The middle school and high school classes often meet together. This is a time deliberately designed for the youth to be able to ask questions and explore their faith in an open and trusting space.
Sunday Morning Liturgy Study
Want to delve deeper into this week's readings? Want to find out answers to those questions that you have and how this week's readings apply to you? Join us in our Library at 9:00am each Sunday to study the lectionary readings for the week for a deeper understanding of the worship service.
Light refreshments are available.
Our pastor's mother used to say "If you aren't good for a cup of coffee, then what good are you?"
We like being together and meeting new people. We like to share something to drink and eat (often, but not exclusively, healthy). So we gather in our Fellowship Hall after the service. Our children can play in the "little church" or outside on the playground where they can be watched through the windows and doors.