Outdoor Movie Night 8:00pm-11:00pm All youth welcome! Head over the Meyer’s house for outdoor movie fun. Bring a chair, blanket, whatever you need for an outdoor setting. We will follow the social distancing guidelines. Bring your own movie snacks and drinks. There will be no sharing of food. Meyer House: 2912 NE 173rd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98682
This book study group welcomes anyone to join in our discussions. We meet the second and fourth Wednesdays, 10 a.m. via Zoom. Beginning May 12, we will be discussing An Altar in the World by Barbara Taylor Brown. Please purchase your own book, read Chapters 1-3, and contact Melody, email@example.com for a Zoom invitation. Taylor is an author, professor, and Episcopal priest. She reveals meaningful ways to discover the sacred in the small things we do and see, from simple practices such as walking, working,…
Picnic at the Park! 6-8pm All youth welcome! Bring your dinner to Pacific Community Park and enjoy some face to face (with social distancing of course) socializing. There will be no sharing food.
Grace Notes group meets weekly.
Mill Plain United Methodist Preschool will be having their Pre-K Graduations for each class on June 16th. More detail to come.
Jun 9, 2021
Last regular youth group meeting is June 9, MS at 5:30-6:45pm HS at 7-8:15pm We will walk over to Cold Stone for ice cream to celebrate the end of the school year! Youth Group will cover the ice cream, no need to bring money.
All hands on deck during a church work day. We will be doing some spring cleaning around the grounds and church. Work starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 10th.
Join Pastor Sue for an Advent book study of Names for the Messiah by Walter Brueggemann. Participants should order the book and read the first chapter in advance of the first class. The group will meet on Sundays at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom from November 29 through December 20. For a Zoom invitation, please email Pastor Sue.
Charge Conference is the annual business meeting of the church. In addition to basic business like adopting the pastor’s salary and electing officers, this year our District Superintendent, Kathleen Weber will lead us in a reflection around racial injustice.
Currently discussing How to Be an Antiracist.
Please contact Chuck for a Zoom invitation to this virtual breakfast. All are welcome.
Mill Plain UMC serves as a fresh fruit and vegetable distribution point for Clark County Food Bank on the second and fourth Wednesdays during the summer, through September.