Reardan United Methodist Church

An Evangelical Wesleyan Church

Who We Are

As a United Methodist church we exist to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We try to accomplish that in outreach to our community and in service around the world. We meet regularly for encouragement, Bible Study and discipleship.

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What to Expect

What are services like?

Services are a relaxed yet formal style using a variety of music styles, liturgy and congregational participation.


What is the community like?

The church community contains lots of ages from infants to old folks. In this small family church everyone is welcome and has a place.


What if I'm not a Christian?

This is a great environment to explore the possibilities of faith in a caring and safe place.

Our Services

Sunday: 09:45am, 11:00am, and 07:00pm
Wednesday: 07:00pm

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155 S Oak Street
PO Box 186
Reardan, WA 99029
509 796-2315

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About Us

Denomination:
Methodist (UMC)

Language:
English

Size: Small

Music:
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Organ

Vibe:
Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Multigenerational

Programs:
Community Service, Children's Ministry, Adult Education

Founded:
1903





Our Services

Sunday 09:45am: Sunday School for all ages
Sunday 11:00am: Worship
Sunday 07:00pm: Evening Worship and Bible Study
Wednesday 07:00pm: Worship and Bible Study

Church Leader

Larry Anderson

Larry Anderson

Larry has pastored the Reardan church for the last 6 years. He has served in other churches as a teaching elder. He retired from 37 years of teaching in the public schools in the state of Washington.

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