Sand Point Community United Methodist Church |  Who We Are

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Who We Are

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2013 “Hanging of the Greens”

Welcome to Sand Point Community United Methodist Church!  We’re glad you found our website and we look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our spiritual home.

We are a medium sized, intergenerational, theologically progressive faith community engaged in the life of the spirit.  We are learning to fall in love with God again and again as we express our care and love for one another, for the community around us, and as stewards of God’s creation – this beloved earth.

We follow the path and teachings of Jesus as a way to experience the sacredness and wholeness of life, and we invite each other to live an authentic and deeply meaningful life through our faith in Jesus. Our growing congregation is young and young in spirit, spiritually growing and socially diverse, accepting and open minded. We love people who are filled with faith and those who are wrestling with doubt. We love people who have not been to church in ages and those who never miss a Sunday. We love people who could use a prayer right now and those who pray often.  When it comes right down to it, we love God, we love this place of worship, and we love sharing it with others.

At Sand Point Community UMC, you will find:

A place for believers and seekers to grow spiritually together in faith

A place to bear witness to the loving character of God through Jesus

A place to give voice to Christ’s message of justice, hospitality, peace & compassion.

No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. We invite you to join us in the journey of faith as we seek inner transformation through life in the Spirit.

Sand Point members and other north Seattle United Methodists at the Crop Walk to stop hunger

Sand Point members and other North Seattle United Methodists at the Crop Walk to stop hunger

Come, come, whoever you are Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving.

Ours is not a caravan of despair.
Come, even if you have broken your vows a hundred times
Come, come again, come.
~attributed to Rumi