Trekkers

trekkers

Exploring the World in Fellowship

facebook-trekkersTUMC Trekkers is a group of fun loving adults that find reward in exploring the Pacific Northwest and the world.  We enjoy monthly day trips to visit and experience places of interest and the sights of our local area along with the enjoyment of a variety of local cuisine.  We usually travel in the comforts of a motor coach with large windows for great sightseeing.  Once or twice a year we take part in overnight trips to destinations outside of our local area.  Beyond our local activities once a year we travel internationally to explore & experience different cultures from around the globe to enhance our understanding of our world.  Come along and join an exciting group that shares wonderful experiences through travel and fellowship.  All are welcome.

To see more photos from our trips, check out our online Picasa albums.

Download our current flyer for our Summer 2018 trips here.

For more information, you may contact Jolin Gard, Trekker Program Coordinator at (503)329-5707 or email jolingard7366@hotmail.com.

 

 

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    9:00 am Vintage Worship
    Vintage Worship
    Oct 20 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
    Our 9:00am “Vintage Worship” is the classic TUMC worship experience. The organ and piano are the primary instruments for congregational singing and our excellent sanctuary choir participates in the service. Vintage Worship will continue to be a celebration of God’s sacred presence among us. Nursery care is available from 8:45am-12:15pm for children 5 years old and younger.
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    GIFT Breakfast
    Oct 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
    Join with others of all ages as we Grow In Fait Together and share in an oatmeal breakfast!
    11:00 am Water’s Edge Worship
    Water’s Edge Worship
    Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
    At our 11:00am “Water’s Edge Worship” we find life giving refreshment, a place for awe and wonder, and a time for conversation, storytelling and prayer. The piano is the primary instrument for music, along with the guitar most Sundays. This service is smaller and more intimate than Vintage Worship at 9 a.m. We often incorporate art and what we call...
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