We are an inclusive caring community, seeking spiritual growth, committed to Christ's work, and lovingly responding to the needs of God's World.
All are welcome here, worship is every Sunday at 10:00 A.M.
Who We Are - a message from a member of SPCUMC
Sand Point Community United Methodist Church is a sacred space in the heart of View Ridge. We serve the community by offering worship opportunities, the sacraments of baptism and communion with Jesus Christ, and weddings, memorial services, and special events celebrating the seasons of the Christian calendar. Our music program enhances our worship with outstanding organ and piano music, choir, bell choir and solo presentations, as well as Christmas and Lenten cantatas.
We offer many small group opportunities such as Bible study, prayer meetings, Sunday evening vespers, church school and youth group activities, fellowship dinner groups, and a women’s circle. We participate in Ecumenical and Interfaith services in Northeast Seattle, and give support to Sand Point Housing, Sharehouse, the Church of Mary Magdalene for Homeless women, the University Food Bank, and many other local needs. We support our brothers and sisters around the world through our Methodist connections with emphasis in the Congo, the Philippines, and Central America.
Berta Cohen, Lay Member Sand Point Community UMC
umc.org “I call upon the people of The United Methodist Church to see the face of Christ in the refugee.
View from the balcony: Sisters softly singing along as the choir performs their Anthem this past Sunday morning.
What an amazing turn out today working together at North Helpline to feed our neighbors! #MLKDayofservice
“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Please mark your calendars and join us on Saturday, January 14 from 3-5 PM at North Helpline Food Bank where we will be gathering with other local church congregations and working together to help those in need in our neighborhood community in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. This day is a way to transform Dr. King’s life and teachings into community service that helps empower and strengthen our own local communities.
We will be working in the warehouse to prepare food and supplies for clients. Our specific focus will be breaking mass quantities of rice and flour into family portions. There is work for people of all ages and abilities so we hope you’ll join us in our service!
We will be gathering afterwards at 5:30 pm for fellowship, games, and a pizza dinner at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church located at 10005 32nd Ave NE, Seattle 98125.
Please contact the church office if you plan to volunteer your time, so that North Helpline can prepare space for us all.
We hope that you will be able to join us for this great day of service!
Join us in this joyous season for our Christmas Eve services Saturday, December 24th!
5:00—6:00 p.m.: Family Worship: The Christmas Story, singing, and candlelight
6:15—7:15 p.m.: Candlelight Drop-in Meditation:Candlelight, Christmas readings, and music
Tomorrow evening is the longest night of the year.
For all who are "blue", anxious, grieving, or needing a moment to pause the busyness, we will be gathering for a special Blue Christmas Worship service Wednesday, December 21st at 7:00 p.m.
Join our Team! We are currently hiring a Marr Sunday School Intern. This position is available beginning January 2017.
The Marr Sunday School Intern works directly with Early Childhood and Elementary School-Age children developing curriculum, lesson plans, and implementing classroom instruction for our Sunday School program. This position is runs during the 9-month school year from September to June. It requires 3-5 hours of work a week, where at least 2 of those hours are scheduled on Sunday mornings.
For a full job description and application inquiries, please visit our website at www.sandpointcommunity.org/employment
On December 4th, please join us to for a rare living history opportunity!
75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day
We will hear remembrances from six elders, 3 women and 3 men, about Pearl Harbor Day and its impact on their lives. Four are from our church, Marie Cribley-Horsley who was there, JW Roundhill and Jerry Sheller who were in WWII and Mary Johnson who was a UW student at the time.
The flag changing ceremony is at noon at Warren G. Magnuson Park flag pole just inside the main entry. At 12:30 p.m., cookies and coffee will be served in Perry Hall at the Sand Point Methodist Church at top of hill on NE 70th. And memories for an Oral History Project from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
This is a free event brought to you by the friends of Sand Point Magnuson Historic District. Hope to see you there!
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