United Methodist agencies plan Internet cloud-based, print-on-demand song book. Source: Green light for new hymnal project | The United Methodist Church
Bishop’s sermon notes Western ‘privilege’ as impediment to authentic faith. Source: GC2016: Alsted calls for humble submission | The United Methodist Church
After somewhat lackluster morning worship filled with multiple languages and liturgies of confession, Bishop Gregory V. Palmer rose to offer the episcopal address this morning at the Oregon Convent… Source: Bishop Palmer pulls no punches in the Episcopal address
General Conference is the top policy-making body of The United Methodist Church which meets once every four years. Source: General Conference 2016 | The United Methodist Church
Choir loft construction is underway. Check out our slideshow of the construction!
You will want to join us on Sunday, May 22 for a very special concert! Kathryn Parker – organ, Lynn Enzor – piano, Laurie Muirhead – harp, Ed Gunther – trumpet and Pamela Kelly – violin, will perform in this first of it’s kind event at Seaside! Want to make it a real night out!
Palm Sunday—March 20 8:00 am: Morning Worship (Communion) 9:30 am: Contemporary Worship (with Children’s Choir) 11:00 am: Traditional Worship (With Procession and Children’s Choir) 4:00 pm: Easter Cantata: ” 7:00 pm: Easter Cantata: ” Maundy Thursday—March 24 7:00 pm: Maundy Thursday Communion with Stripping of the Altar Good Friday—March 25 12:00 Noon: Good Friday Service
April 23, 2016 4:00 pm Tickets $15
The Health and Wellness Ministry of Seaside United Methodist Church is pleased to offer CPR training through the American Heart Association’s certified training program. Four CPR classes are being offered and each will include a component instructing students on the use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Our first class is Friday, January 29, 2016
The 2015 Christmas Cantata presentation was held on Sunday, December 13 at 4 and 7:00 pm. Almost 1200 people attended the event which premiered composer Gary Scott’s new cantata “Hark, He is Born.” Gary is a long time member of Seaside’s orchestra (clarinet), and has spent his life pursuing the musical arts. He explains that he