8:00 AM Worship with discussion of Sunday readings
Sunday at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, Feb. 21 6:00 p.m. Lenten discussion and soup supper
6:00 PM Bilingual Gathering in español and English (call 503-457-5246)
Whether you are visiting the coast, new to the area, or a long-time resident looking for a progressive, inclusive church home, and wherever you are on your journey of faith you are welcome. Services in English and Spanish on Sundays, and community activities throughout the week.
St Catherine's building and grounds are available for rental for your groups' events: weddings, classes, concerts, etc. Click here for more information.
Wheelchair and walker accessible.
Education and Formation: New classes begin after January 1.
Essays by members of St Catherine's click here.
Pet Memorial Garden Becoming a Reality!
For several years there has been talk of a
memorial garden honoring our pets. Now, in memory of former St. Catherine’s member Jean Smiset, it is being built! Gil & Trish are working with Dana Toomey (Jean’s daughter) on installing the pet memorial garden. Dana has chosen the week of St. Patrick’s Day (Sunday, March 18) for a dedication. More information will be shared as it becomes available!
Backpack Project: working with Nehalem Grade School to provide food security to children in the Nehalem Bay area. Recent projects Sock Sunday and Undie Sunday to provide new clothing for children and youth.
Labyrinth: Indoor labyrinth available to walk and developing an outdoor labyrinth for the community. Experience this walking mediation and contemplation. Walk the labyrinth the first Sunday of each month.
Congregational Care: Meals and ministry of presence for those unable to attend weekly events, celebrating birthdays and anniversaries, home communion, prayer ministry, maintaining a library and holding workshops on living fully at all stages of life
Food Bank: collecting food for the North County Foodbank
Our Lenten program of discussion and soup suppers begins on Wednesday, February 21 and continues every Wednesday through Lent. This will be in the same format as the “Deep Dive” discussions that were so successful in the fall. All discussion starters will be provided at the class. There’s no “homework” and lots of opportunity to share your thoughts and learn from others. All that plus a delicious soup supper! Don’t miss this opportunity for study and fellowship!
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