Sanctuary in Spring
 Welcome to Central United Methodist Church
 1013 Polte Road, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284

Rev. Cody Natland, Pastor

Sunday Worship Service:  11:00am


Christmas Eve Services: 

  • 11am — Normal Sunday Morning Service for the 4th Sunday of Advent
  • 5:00pm — Service of Lessons and Carols
  • 11:00pm — Candlelight Service with Communion


What’s happening this week?  Find out on our Events Calendar!

 Central UMC is a proud member of the Reconciling Ministries Network






Pub Theology on Wednesday, December 20th at 6pm at Local 20 Taproom

Located at 102 Woodworth Street; near the Post Office

Pastor Cody is trying something new and invites you to come along on the journey!  Pub Theology is an opportunity to come together to have honest conversations about things that matter.

Are you intrigued?  Are you looking for an open community for engaging in this kind of conversation, free of assumptions, free of judgment, free to express yourself?

Great!  This is for you.

The format is simple:  beer, conversation, and God. Come bring your questions, your curiosity, and pull up a chair. Be ready to engage with people of varying religious backgrounds, philosophical perspectives and life experiences.

You will be able to share your own wrestlings and thoughts while learning something new along the way, and hey! there is likely to be a good craft beer you haven’t tried yet!

(Note: Local 20 Taproom also has non-alcoholic options)


The Cantabile Chamber Choir, joined by singers from the Cascade Middle School, will present a concert in our sanctuary on Dec 10, at 3:00. A rare treat!!

Cantabile Poster


We are so glad you are here, perusing our website!

Central United Methodist Church is a reconciling and fully inclusive congregation. We have a theological understanding that if Jesus was about anything, he was about welcoming, embracing, healing, and loving everyone without condition.

We are committed to creating a community of grace where you feel completely welcome in your spiritual journey regardless of age, gender, status, economic condition, race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability.

We commit ourselves to full inclusion of all persons in worship and in our ministry, working to create a church without barriers. We find all people to be of sacred worth, and welcome everyone who comes here seeking the love of God. We welcome the gay community without expectation of change.

Following the example of Jesus, we will know no circles of exclusion. We celebrate the unique way each person reveals God’s love in this world.

We work to become witnesses of love and peace for all.

We are invited to life in abundance: “I came so that they could have life—indeed, so that they could have it in abundance.” John 10:10


Central UMC dressed in the colors of autumn.