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620 NW 8th Street
Gresham, OR 97030
You may submit your prayer request through the church email address. Our prayer team will pray for your needs which will be kept in confidence. If you wish for your request to go to the church prayer chain, please add that to your request.
Gresham United Methodist Church has a number of ministries created to reach into the community and to spiritually strengthen the congregation. Some ministries meet monthly, others are seasonal, still others are twice a month.
There are opportunities to volunteer for meal programs or community service projects. We hold classes and offer a variety of study groups to enhance your spiritual life. There are opportunities to knit or be part of a book group.
On this page is a selection of our offerings. Take a moment to explore our ministries and join us on the journey.
Three times a month, we serve
meals at our local Women's or
Volunteers are always welcome.
Please join us in providing nourishment for our nearby community!
Solve-It-Saturday is a men's group that meets on the first Saturday of each month at 8:00 a.m.
Men eat breakfast, reflect on a devotional moment and do small jobs around the church.
Affirmation & Equality Ministry
The Gresham United Methodist Church's Affirmation and Equality Ministry promotes education and awareness of LGBTQ2SIA+ issues while providing a voice and space of healing within the faith community.
We have a strong choir program led by Solveig Nyberg. Practices are on Wednesday evenings weekly. If you are interested in singing or playing hand bells, contact the office or stop in and talk with Solveig. Our bell choir meets after the second service on Sunday afternoons.
Since 2009, a group of Knitters have met monthly to make prayer shawls, hats and scarfs to share with the community. Countless people have been blessed through this ministry. Please join the Knit One, Crochet Too group on the first Monday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room.
United Women in Faith, formerly the UMW, host programs and regular meetings. They are an active group that has a number of events. The Women's Fellowship supports many programs worldwide which seek to bring forth social justice, to provide for those in need and to live out the light of Christ in various ways.