We Worship You’re invited to come as you are as we gather every Sunday for a casual worship service. During this time of COVID-19, we are worshiping virtually. You can find the link to our 10:00 am worship service and our 11:o0 am Zoom Coffee hour. Pre-COVID, we met for Fellowship & Coffee with the Pastor at 9:30am, Praise & Worship Singing at 10:30am, and a Worship Service beginning at 10:45am. On the first Sunday of the month, we celebrated Holy Communion and followed the service with a potluck in our fellowship hall.
We Educate Weekly, we participate in a Bible/Book Study and a mid-week prayer service.
We Serve We partner with other community organizations to serve Saturday meals at The Lord's Diner, housed at St Paul's Episcopal Church in Bremerton. We participate in community activities, such as the Kitsap Pride Festival and Brownsville Appreciation Days and support community groups, such as Stand Up for Kids and the Central Kitsap Food Bank. BUMC hosts Brownie Girl Scout Troop #44204. We’re in the process of forming an Early Response Team to assist with disaster responses nationwide. In partnership with Brownsville Elementary School, we maintain a garden on our church grounds which helps children and families learn about gardening. Produce grown in the garden is donated to the Central Kitsap Food Bank. Globally, we support an orphan at the Jamaa Letu orphanage, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We also assemble health kits for the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
Blessing Bag Mission Project (updated 09/12/2020) As this pandemic continues on and the weather makes hints of the coming changes, we want to be a part of the ways God is blessing our community and in particular the poor and those who are in need. And so, throughout the month of September and into early October we will be collecting supplies for blessing bags which can be kept in your car and easily distributed on the streets as we go about our everyday living. These bags will include basic hygiene products, snacks, and other assorted essential items. We pray that these bags will bless our neighbors and those who are unhoused or otherwise struggling financially because of these uncertain economic times. We need YOUR help to make these blessing bags happen. See what supplies are still needed by clicking here.
Supplies will be collected through Saturday, October 17th and can be dropped off at Priscilla Bailey’s tax service office M-F 9am-5pm, located in the East Side Plaza, 4171 Wheaton Way Suite #2 Bremerton 98310 (thanks, Priscilla!) You can also order supplies online and send them to the church (8811 Illahee Rd. NE Bremerton, WA 98311). Thank you for your generosity and for partnering with us in this mission project!
Join with us as we love and serve God and we love and serve our neighbor!
8811 Illahee Rd. NE, Bremerton, WA 98311 360-692-8266 email@example.com