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Ash Wednesday 2/26 – Imposition of ashes by request, 10 AM to 6 PM…just stop by

Ashes are a symbol of penance and they help us develop a spirit of humility and sacrifice. Ash Wednesday traditionally marks the beginning of the most somber and penitential period of the church calendar, Lent.

In this time of uncertainly and anxiety, I encourage you to consider this simple ritual to center and ground yourself for a this season of introspection and reflection, and to remind us to value the fragile, temporary nature of our existence, and the blessings that brief existence provides.

Weekly worship services are held in the sanctuary at 11:00 am on Sundays

Adult bible study Sundays at 9:30 am in the library

Small Group Opportunities:

Book Club – Second Tuesday of each month – 7 PM

Currently reading Time and Again by Jack Finney.  Join us for good discussion and fellowship, even if you haven’t really read the book. The methodology of this book group is to present the book by reading our highlights and expounding on them, which allows anyone to enjoy and engage at whatever level of expertise we may bring with us.

 

Have an idea for another way to be in community?  Contact Pastor Glenn at (206) 525-8900 or vicarglenn [at] gmail [dot] com.  We are always looking for new ways to fellowship and explore our spirituality together!


Olympic View Community Church welcomes all of God’s children, regardless of identity, to participate fully in the life of our faith community.

Here at Olympic View…

We seek to bear witness to the radically transforming power of God’s love.

Toward that end…

We seek to build a community, grounded in love, whose members empower each other to extend that love to others.

We seek God’s wisdom, revealed in the living Word and the Spirit which speaks to us still.

We seek to be peacemakers by working for justice for all people.

We seek to harness our unique spiritual gifts, as individuals and as a body that our faith would make a difference in our city, our nation, and our world.What does it mean to have a cup that overflows? What does it mean to really show love through grace and mercy? That’s what we’ll be exploring this week as we examine the “Sermon on the Plain.” Join us as we share and worship together! thanks

8 Comments

  1. Leland Ross

    Wondering if anyone in your church remembers Lilyan Crider. She was my sixth-grade teacher, and I just found out she died 13 years ago, and her memorial service was at your church.

  2. Kelly Peavey

    i previously attended Olympic View church when my family was growing up in the 60s & 70s. Now that my family is grown and my wife has passed on, I would like to get back to the Lord.

    I am a shut-in and using a walker. Would that create a problem?

  3. Glenn Brumbaugh

    Kelly,

    I’m glad you are seeking to get back to your faith and your faith community.

    I would be happy to visit with you and we can discuss how we can reconnect you with Olympic View.

    Feel free to email me at vicarglenn [at] gmail [dot] com or you can reach me at the church Tuesdays through Fridays, generally from 10 AM to 2 PM.

    I hope to hear from you!

    Blessings,

    Pastor Glenn

  4. Mary Hopkins-HuffI

    I’m the daughter of Dewey Rowe, founder of Olympic View, back in the late 40’s. I currently live. At Crista Shores in Silverdale, Wa. My daughter and I are planning on attending Olympic View Church the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Am looking forward to meeting Glen.

  5. Glenn Brumbaugh

    Mary,

    It will be great to have you visit us after Thanksgiving. I look forward to meeting you!

    Blessings,

    Pastor Glenn

  6. Glenn

    Are you having a Christmas Day service?

  7. Harriet Koscho

    No, we don’t have a service on Christmas Day, unless it’s a year where Christmas lands on a Sunday. We do have a candle-lit Christmas Eve service on December 24 at 4:30, where we end up in a circle of light singing “Silent Night” together.

  8. Forrest Wilkinson

    Responding to Leland Ross’s message from 2018: I remember Lilian Kreider and her husband. There are others at the Church who knew her better than I did. She always dressed very well, looked quite distinguished.

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