First United Methodist Church

Wenatchee, Washington

As disciples of Jesus Christ, we are building a community that seeks to know and love God, and serve others.

First United Methodist Church of Wenatchee affirms God’s grace and peace are given freely to all, regardless of wealth, health or social status. We welcome everyone, of any age, race, nationality, sexual orientation or marital status.

connect with us!*

by clicking on any of the following links:

10 a.m. Sunday worship live-stream on Facebook

All Sunday worship videos on Facebook.

Sunday scripture/message on YouTube.


To reach any staff member, call the church at 509-663-1607 and leave a message. Our phone system will forward your message to us.

And/or email: Click here to find all staff and their contact information.

To all, always, take good care of yourselves, and be well in this 'between' time.

*In compliance with current local/state/denominational directives and health concerns, all in-person meetings and events are cancelled. When we are permitted to return and gather, updates will be posted here and sent via email. In the meantime, we invite you to!

Growing Community by Helping Others

Little Essentials Pantries have been established in six locations in the valley. Our pantries stock food, cleaning supplies, feminine hygiene products and other essentials intended for people who are struggling to make ends meet. Visit our Mission and Outreach page for more details.

Bishop Elaine Stanovsky's latest announcement

Read the latest announcement concerning the United Methodist church in the Pacific Northwest.
Click Here to go to the announcement.

Due to the Coronovirus, Wenatchee First United Methodist Church has made the decision to hold church online until futher notice, per the directives of the CDC, the Chelan Douglas Health District, and the Bishop of the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference. Click Here for more information.


“Lent is a summons to live anew,” writes Joan Chittister, best-selling author, soul-stirring speaker, gifted spiritual guide, and member of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, PA (

Join Pastor Sheila to explore how “living anew” might look in these extraordinary times as as Sister Joan introduces us to a new companion each week of Lent, to 'walk' with us during these 40 days of spiritual renewal. Each embodies a special quality for spiritual growth.

To participate, please contact Pastor Sheila at for the class link and materials. We will meet via ZOOM at 6 p.m. each Wednesday, from February 24 through March 31.

Want to have your cut-out join us for Sunday worship?

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Wenatchee First has learning opportunities for all ages!

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