First United Methodist Church

Wenatchee, Washington

CONNECT with us!

8 am Outdoor Worship at Ohme Gardens
10:15 am Sanctuary Worship Services
online and in-person.
Electronic attendance form.

Find all staff and their contact information here. Take good care of yourselves, and be well in this 'between' time.

All Saints Sunday

On Sunday, October 30, we will celebrate the passing of our Saints - church family, loved ones, and friends - who have passed on to God’s glory in the past year. We are grateful for these Saints and the opportunity to thank God for blessing our lives with them. To honor and remember our Saints, there will be a special All Saints Bulletin.

If you have a friend or loved one you would like included in the bulletin, please contact the office ( / 509-663-1607), by October 24, with the name of the person and the relationship to you. If you would like to submit a picture of your loved one to be included in the Service, please email the picture to the above email address.

In memory of the saints, we will be placing a new order for pavers in the Memorial Garden on the South side of the church parking lot.

Sunday @ 1 pm: Beginning September 18, join Denise McGuiness and Tracy Faulkner-Carlson as they explore the Spiritual Disciplines

Tuesday @ 10 am: Explore the Gospel of Luke with John Schulz beginning September 13th

Wednesday @ 4:30 pm: Join Michael Gore on September 21st to explore the Spiritual Disciplines

Sign up at the Welcome Center or call the office at 663-1607

We will continue to worship at Ohme Gardens at 8:00 am through September.

In October we will offer a 4:00 pm service at the Pole Barn at Chuck and Lou Largent’s (911 Gehr St Wenatchee).

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

The First United Methodist Church of Wenatchee affirms God’s grace and mercy are given freely to all. We seek to follow Jesus's example and welcome people of any age, race, nationality, class, sexual orientation, and marital status. As disciples of Jesus Christ, we strive to build a community that knows, loves, and serves God and others.