Englewood United Methodist Church offers a welcoming and transforming experience: the love of Jesus Christ.

Our Mission is to make Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World. This mission is articulated through:

  • Reaching out to people in need through our Outreach ministries
  • Developing ministries which invite our friends and neighbors to join us in our faith journey
  • Providing opportunities which educate people about what it means to follow Jesus Christ

There are many opportunities to use your passion and gifts and get involved at Englewood. Your service and contributions will make a difference not only here at Englewood, but in the lives of those that Englewood touches every day.

Please feel free to contact Pastor Sandy Kimbrow at 503-585-8851 if I can answer any questions. God bless you in your discernment to serve Christ at Englewood.

Find out what ministries are happening in our community!

Open Door Churches: United Methodists of Salem & Keizer
Over 2,500 United Methodists served by 6 churches under one umbrella

Cascadia District
Western Oregon United Methodists working any serving together

Camp and Retreat Ministry of Oregon & Idaho
Your connection to unforgettable outdoor experience! Over 200 events for you to choose from. Scholarships are available.

Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church
Information about our Conference and other United Methodists in Oregon and Idaho

The United Methodist Church
United Methodists throughout the world

Sacraments

Communion

All who respond in faith to the invitation are to be welcomed to the Holy Table. This invitation is for everyone who desires to be in fellowship with Jesus Christ. Holy Communion is a meal of the community who are in covenant relationship with God through Jesus Christ. It expresses our oneness in the body of Christ, anticipates Jesus’ invitation to feast at the heavenly banquet, and calls us to strive for the visible unity of the church. Communion is celebrated at Englewood on the first Sunday of every month.

Baptism

From the beginning, baptism has been the door through which one enters the church. It was inconceivable to many that one could respond to God’s grace by reciting the renunciations, affirming one’s faith in Christ and loyalty to the Kingdom, without joining the fellowship of those who are committed to maturing in that faith. As the “Body of Christ” in the world, baptism commissions us to use our gifts to strengthen the church and to transform the world. It is the beginning of a lifelong journey in the nurturing fellowship of a caring, learning, worshiping, serving congregation. If you are not yet a member of Englewood, we encourage you to consider that commitment. There is no time like the present! By whatever means you come, the invitation is extended to all.

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