Marimbas

marimbas

Our marimba band is a truly intergenerational group. Our talented leaders, Jeff and Jill Nave-Powers welcome children as young as first graders and teach them how to be part of creative ensemble.

The marimbas lead in worship on a regular basis and travel throughout the area to play for other churches, schools and a variety of other groups that want a joyous and uplifting experience.  As they travel, they raise funds for our missions in Africa.

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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.
    10:00 am GIFT Breakfast
    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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    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