God loves all people and families. So do we. Everybody's in. This isn't always easy or convenient, but it's worth it. We stand by this vision.
You may have seen the recent headlines on the United Methodist Church voting with a slim majority to retain a traditional understanding of marriage. Our local congregation here in Marysville denounces this position and remain fully committed to our vision of grace and love for all people. Our LGBTQIA+ siblings are welcome and can feel safe in our space.
We are a progressive United Methodist Christian community in Marysville, Washington connected with people in Marysville, Smokey Point, Arlington, Lake Stevens, Everett, Granite Falls and Monroe. We gather for worship Sundays at 8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 am.
EASTER WORSHIP | Sunday, April 21 | 6:30, 8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 am
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We grow by staying in hard conversations with God and each other. We don’t back down from our doubts and tough questions. We journey into them together.
Questions about God, faith and life are normal, expected and celebrated here. It means our faith is alive.
Some of the questions we ask around here: If life seems good as it is, why do I need God? Do miracles still happen? How do I understand the Bible if I don't take it all literally? Does God care about my sexuality? Is it okay to be angry at God?
Got a question about faith or life you've always wanted to ask? Go for it.
"I get to hold my kids' hands, listen and learn alongside them, sing together and share this new journey of including God in our lives."
"People accepted me, especially the older folks, which meant a lot. I hope without the distractions of worrying if I’ll be accepted here, and by people in general, I can focus on finding God again."
"Warm, supportive people. Awesome sermons. Love this place."
"Christ's character of showing love to ALL people, meeting people where they're at without condemnation, valuing questions and doubt, and choosing what's right over what's popular is really embodied at our church. It makes me proud and excited to be a part of it."