Guatemala Mission Trip June 25 - July 3, 2022 Join us for adventures near Lake Atitlan, volunteering with Salud y Paz in Camanchaj, Guatemala. Travel dates have changed to late June 2022, in hopes of improved covid 19 risks and to accommodate school schedules. If interested in more information, touch base with Pastor Lee. We will have a preliminary info meeting sometime in November, and have until March to confirm our group participant list.
Estimated cost is $1,025 plus airfare. We'll be partnering in the construction of a new wing to the health clinic, and toy-making with Susanna Wesley school. To find out more about Salud y Paz, check out their website: https://www.saludypaz.org
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Bring food donations to the collection bin in the church lobby/narthex. These are delivered to Snoqualmie Valley Food bank each month.
Free Community Dinners, Wednesdays 5 - 6 pm
These dinners are on-hold until covid 19 has subsided.
Enjoy good food and company on Wednesday evenings, 5 - 6 pm. Festive table settings, home-style nutritious meals, and connecting conversations make for a warm eating and social experience. Musicians welcome to add live music to the atmosphere. To find out more or volunteer, contact Lewis Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to Snoqualmie Valley Alliance and other contributors and planners! Snoqualmie UMC will be tree planting at Jeanne Hansen Community Park on the ridge, after the kick off celebration near Sandy Cove Park in downtown Snoqualmie.
Youth Service Series, August 13 - 15, Tuesday - Thursday, 9 am - 2:30 pm. Middle and high school students - have fun serving the community each or any of those days. Volunteer with Olallie State Park, Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, Shelter Services Resource Center, and more. RSVP to Andrew Oakley 425-281-4204 or Pastor Lee 425-444-5556.
Earth Ministry We are a Green Congregation as designated by Earth Ministry. We value sustainability and creation care of all sorts. For more information about Earth Ministry visit http://earthministry.org/ . To connect with passionate earth stewards in this congregation contact Mary.Brown@snoqualmieumc.com.
Alcoholics Anonymous Wednesday and Friday night meetings, 8 - 9:30 pm. For more information and listing of additional nearby meetings, visit http://www.simeetings.com/LA/WA/EKingCtyMtgs.html
Interfaith Dialogues Help host, plan or simply participate in this series of rich conversation and discovery. The purpose of these get-togethers is to foster relationships across faith lines that enrich our understanding of each other's faith traditions and strengthen community around the valley. Visit the Snoqualmie Valley Interfaith facebook page for information about the next gathering Each session offers a different theme around which to explore and connect.
Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter We are blessed to host the winter shelter community of guests, staff, and volunteers for part of their winter season. Find out more about the shelter and resource center opportunities at www.svshelterservices.org.
Jamaa Letu Orphanages Join us in supporting two students in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Get to know Moise and Muleka while supporting the Jamaa Letu (Swahili for "our family") community in Lubumbashi. To learn more visit http://www.pnwumc.org/news/sponsor-a-resident-of-the-jamaa-letu-orphanages/
Children's Garden Fresh vegetables grow through the summer for Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank. Sunflowers and pumpkins too! Coordinated by the Sunday school team and tended by children and youth in season.
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