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Welcome to Lynnewood United Methodist Church!

Worship Times Button Our nation is greatly distraught by the protest and violence caused by white supremacists in Charlottesville, VA, and we are awakened to realize that the sin of racism is still deeply rooted in our society. Lynnewood United Methodist Church, as a reconciling congregation, stands firm against racism and any actions of discrimination against others based on age, sex, racial or ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender identity, family status, physical or mental ability or economic status. It is time to boldly name the sins of hatred and bigotry, and to seek the way of Christ which is truth, life, love and compassion for all. We pray for healing and courage to bring justice and peace in this time of brokenness and hostility.

Read the Statement on Charlottesville by the United Methodist Council of Bishops President Bishop Bruce Ough

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We return to 2 services at 9:00 and 10:30 on September 10. Sunday School for children and youth are held at 10:30.

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All parts of our facility are wheelchair accessible. The sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop. Those with hearing aids should switch to the T-coil (telephone) setting. For those who do not wear hearing aids but need hearing assistance or whose hearing aids do not have T-coils, we have hearing loop receivers. Please ask an usher for a device.

Wheelchair Accessible Hearing Loop