Worship with us each Sunday at 9:30am, live on YouTube.
In-person worship is suspended until further notice as we follow the guidelines for social distancing. Search for the Tigard United Methodist Church channel to find our live stream. Log in to YouTube to enable live chat during worship.

Worship Schedule

Our 9:00am “Vintage Worship” is the new name for the classic TUMC worship experience. The organ and piano will be the primary instruments for congregational singing and our excellent sanctuary choir will participate in the service. This will continue to be a celebration of God’s sacred presence among us.

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 will be the primary instrument for music, along with the guitar most Sundays. This service will offer a new way to celebrate God’s sacred presence among us.

We take this time for worship to offer a joyous express of our gratitude for one another and for the enlivening presence of God’s Spirit in our our lives.

Families are invited to worship together as children are welcome to stay in worship. Activity bags for children are available in the lobby as you enter the sanctuary. Rocking chairs for those with small children are located near the tech booth. Nursery care is available for children age 5 and younger.

For more information about worshiping with us, check out our Q&A page regarding common inquiries.

  • Nursery is available from 8:45am to 12:15pm
  • Transportation services are available.

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    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