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The United Methodist Church is a 12.3-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds, and opens doors through active engagement with our world.


 

A Prayer

   O God of Wonder, we lift up our praise that you became like us, help us to see you when we look at those who bear the marks of suffering and pain like you did, and make our deepest longing to be more like you—showing love to the poor and bringing justice to those oppressed.

   We thank you for the gift of joy— a gift that in your wisdom you have appointed as a time in our lives for laughterand that laughter and a happy heart are the means by which you bring healing and wholeness to that which would be otherwise
dried up and without beauty or vitality.

   Breathe on us your Holy Spirit and give us peace and joy today O God.

   Amen.

Our Mission

La Conner United Methodist Church, striving to follow the Mission given by Jesus Christ to his followers, to be and to "make disciples….,” understand ourselves called to provide warm welcoming hospitality, inspirational worship and intentional spiritual formation that will sustain and encourage all who enter our church and be moved by our ministries in the community and the world.

To become a supporter of Laconner UMC and help us promote happiness, harmony, and peace on Earth, you can make a donation. We accept help from individuals and corporate entities. You may leave a donation in one of our donation boxes, located in the lobby of each of our offices, or participate in our corporate sponsorship program.

In-Person Services resumed

Every Sunday, we open the doors of La Conner United Methodist Church for Worship Service at 11 a.m. Since this is a time of transition, we ask for your understanding as we continue to keep everyone safe by wearing masks and keeping a social distance.Please join us!

Click here to hear this week's sermon: “Through Suffering, A New Vision” by Pastor Marcella Baker