"We are always the 'stable' into which the Christ is born anew. All we really do is keep our stable honest and humble, and the Christ will surely be born."- Richard Rohr
PLEASE JOIN US FOR Christmas Eve THIS YEAR AT 3:30 PM FOR CAROLS, AND 4 PM FOR OUR WORSHIP SERVICE.
Thank you for visiting us online. We hope you will join us in person. To stay up to date on times, locations and events, please sign up on our email list! We stay mostly current with event photos and reports on our Facebook page as well.
We are a joyful and growing faith community of open and affirming Christians from all backgrounds aged zero to ninety worshiping in the Episcopal tradition. All seekers are welcome any time.
Methow Episcopal began as a small gathering of Methow residents hoping to start a progressive liturgical worship in the Methow Valley. The first service was held on Ash Wednesday 2015 in Mazama using ashes from the Methow Trails fire pit. We are thrilled to be well into our fourth year!
Today, we continue to meet Sundays at 5 PM, and have moved to Winthrop to better accommodate people in Mazama, Winthrop, Twisp, Carlton, and the entire Methow Valley. We are a Bishop's Chapel of the Diocese of Spokane. Read a recent article in The Fig Tree about our fellowship here.
Please sign up for email and visit our Facebook page to learn about additional fellowship opportunities and other events!
“Through the incarnation God descended into nature in order to super-animate and take it back to him.”- Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
"Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven. 20"For where two or three have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst."
-- Matthew 18:20
"Christ has no body now on earth but yours,
no hands but yours, no feet but yours; yours are the eyes through which Christ's compassion looks out on the world, yours are the feet with which He is to go about doing good and yours are the hands with which He is to bless us now."