2620 NE Fremont St., Portland, OR 97212
Worship Service 10:00 a.m.
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Worship & Spiritual Formation


Sunday Worship  10:00 am

We worship in word, song, musical instrument and prayer to deepen our relationship with God  through ordered services with lively elements to encourage, affirm and equip for the journey, employing both traditional hymns and contemporary songs.
Sermons are recorded each week;  listen to last Sunday’s sermon here:

Previous weeks’ sermons, are on the Readings and Reflections page.

Folks can engage through Chancel Choir, Fremont Bells, Song Leaders (email Lynn), or join the Greeter (email Maxyne), Liturgist (email Laurel), or Usher (email Susan) Groups.

Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month; served with gluten-free bread.

Nursery and child care available.

Special Services

We craft special observances and celebrations for the Blessing of the Animals, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month.

We nurture the spiritual formation of our children through interactive, Montessori type Sunday school, Children’s Time in worship and leadership in the Noisy Offering.

We foster healthy relationships and faith for middle and high school aged youth through weekly gatherings, annual mission trips and summer camps.
Youth Group meets 4-6 pm, most Sundays. Contact the youth director at youth@fremontumc.org for upcoming event details

Adults are offered a variety of faith formation options: Bible studies, Diving Deeper meditation practices and covenant groups, advent and lenten gatherings and retreats.

Christian Imagination Study – Thursdays,  beginning April 19 at 7:00 pm
We have a unique and timely opportunity to dive really deep into why it is we have racial  tensions.
This study will augment and amplify Christena Cleveland’s workshop of February 3.  Click here for more details

A Message from Pastor Linda Quanstrom

Dear Members & Friends of Fremont UMC,
 Bishop Ough is President of the Council of Bishops. I recommend to you his presidential address delivered on May 1.  His address not only lifts up the immense contribution Methodism has rendered to the world, he speaks clearly and movingly of those values and truths that should inform and guide us now.
 Cue it up as you make dinner; as you drive to and from work; maybe listen to it as a family as you eat dinner together. I think you will appreciate what he says, the call he puts to us and those who will have a role in the decisions ahead. We can pray that the light of the wisdom he expresses will guide us.
May God convict and guide us,
 Pastor Q
Prayer Requests

If you have a prayer request you’d like to share with us, please use this form:  Prayer Request