Community

community

At Tigard UMC we think it’s important to find ways to serve the community and put your faith into action. Our congregation is active in the community both through volunteering and through offering opportunities to the community. Whether it’s preparing meals for homeless families, hosting at an emergency shelter, participating in a Habitat for Humanity project, helping with the Bethlehem Food Pantry, bringing children to Play Park, sharing coffee with a friend at Jubilatte, or a host of other opportunities. We can help you find a way to experience the joy of making a difference in and engaging with our community.

Here are some helpful links to opportunities that we’re closely connected with:

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    9:00 am Vintage Worship
    Vintage Worship
    Sep 24 @ 9:00 am
    When something works, it doesn’t need to change. “Vintage Worship” is the new name for the classic TUMC worship experience. We will sing, pray, hear scripture read and a sermon offered by Pastor Jeremy. There will be a children’s message followed by Wiggler Worship for children age 4 through 2nd grade. The organ and piano will continue to be the...
    10:10 am Bridges Learning Hour
    Bridges Learning Hour
    Sep 24 @ 10:10 am – 10:55 am
    Classes for all ages: Children Kindergarten through grade 5 meet downstairs for classes and group opening Grades 6-8 gather for class in the youth room on lower level Grades 9-12 meet in Chris’ office upstairs Adult Classes meet in the upstairs social rooms and various other locations as announced   Classes meet regularly September-May (Summer schedule varies)
    11:00 am Water’s Edge Worship
    Water’s Edge Worship
    Sep 24 @ 11:00 am
    At “Water’s Edge” we find life giving refreshment, a place for awe and wonder, and a time for conversation, storytelling and prayer. At “Water’s Edge” worship, we will taste the water of life and dive deep. Through music, scripture, stories, Pastor Jeremy’s reflection, and opportunities to participate in worship, we will explore spiritual questions in an open and affirming atmosphere....
  • What they’re saying…

    I spent about 2 years enjoying Jubilatte’s warm inviting atmosphere. I’d drink coffee while my kids played in the play area. It was in Jubilatte that I met and began to form relationships with church members and also Pastor Jeremy. When we decided to start attending Sunday worship, it was clear to me what an impact Jubilatte had on my family’s life. Tigard UMC is where we belong. I’m not sure if we would have discovered that if it wasn’t for Jubilatte.
    Holly Strom