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

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

Reconciling Sunday!

Please join us Sunday, May 5, at 11:00 am in a very special worship service celebrating our 11th anniversary of being a reconciling and fully inclusive congregation! We celebrate our decision to publicly affirm our commitment to including ALL of God’s children in the life of our congregation, its ministries, and God’s beloved kingdom. On Reconciling Sunday, we will celebrate and reaffirm our shared commitment during our worship service. The service will include special music, speakers, Holy Communion, and a litany of affirmation.


 Come! live in the light!

Shine with the joy and the love of the Lord!

We are called to act with justice.

We are called to love tenderly.

We are called to serve one another, to walk humbly with God.*

from the lyrics of hymn “We Are Called” by David Haas.



Central United Methodist Church
1013 Polte Road
Sedro Woolley, WA

Our Spring Rummage Sale is almost here — May 18th and 19th from 9am to 3pm! Lots of good buys: Large oak dining table and 8 chairs, a desk, file cabinets, storage containers, lawn equipment and decor, large area rugs, recliner, carpet shampooer, clothes for infants through adults, shoes, toys, baby stroller for jogger, jewelry, household goods, art, home decor, craft and fabrics, dishes, kitchen items, pet items and more!

Profits help support many local and international charitable organizations. See you soon!



We are so glad you’ve found us!

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.


Central UMC dressed in the colors of autumn.