Exciting News for Redeemer UMC!
Reverend Jim has accepted assignment for an extended interim basis! His presence has been a blessing from God these past 3 months, and his guidance and advice through these uncertain times has kept our body vibrant. The care of individuals both within the church and within our community continues with fervor! Reverend Jim has been posting facebook "mini-sermons" as uplifting reminders that God is still in charge. Join us in rejoicing in his willingness to serve!
Listen to Rev Jim's messages Here! ->
Services Update, March 28, 2020
As everyone is aware, our community is facing a serious health concern. At this time our Bishop has recommended we play our role in keeping our town and congregants safe by temporarily suspending Sunday Morning services. Because of this, Redeemer UMC is looking for creative ways to worship and serve! If you have ideas or would like to take part in the digital conversation, let us know!
For visitors or members who are checking this page for the latest information, Redeemer will NOT be meeting for Sunday worship service through the month of April. Please keep checking here for updates.
Reverend Jim is holding office hours by Zoom, Skype, FaceTime and that old thing we call the telephone! Contact him directly to make an appointment.
Blessings everyone, and we will continue to offer updates as they come about.
Welcome from Our Pastor
Welcome to Redeemer. We'd love to meet you and hear your story and share our stories and journey with you. We are a welcoming group of people who love God and our community. Please come visit us soon.
Please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
—Rev. Jim Davis
What Matters to Us
People— every human being has value and was made in God's image. We all carry that imprint of divinity in us. All living things matter.
This town— and everywhere nearby. We come from Kingston, Poulsbo, Suquamish, Hansville, Eglon, and more. We want to see people here thrive.
Jesus— he turned the word upside down, toppling the powerful and exalting the powerless. We're trying to get upside down with him.
Will I Be Happy Here?
If we're honest with ourselves, almost everyone looking for a church asks themselves this question. Is it too obnoxious to say we think this might be the wrong question? If you ask, "Will my life be better because I'm here?" the answer is yes. Will you be welcome here? Yes. Will you become closer to God and live more in rhythm with God? Yes. Will your life matter more? Maybe. Nothing you do or don't do can ever, ever—can we say that again—ever change your value, but by partnering with us your life will have more impact for good.
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