Our Church History

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 have celebrated two baptisms and a memorial for one of our members, and continue to grow in our faith and fellowship together.

Methow Episcopal was selected for a grant and inclusion in the Baptized for Life initiative at the Virginia Theological Seminary in partnership with the Diocese of Spokane.

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 an article in The Fig Tree about our fellowship here.

We started with church in a box!

A visit from Bishop Rehberg

Our first services were in the Mazama Community Center