Our Missions & Ministries
Wildwood Food Pantry
The Wildwood Food Pantry provides food assistance to Ute Pass neighbors, so they don't go hungry. We welcome pantry guests as neighbors, helping each other through hard times. We are a "Client Choice" pantry, so our guests are able to select the items they need from a menu (as items are available). For more details, click here.
Our worship services are heartfelt, collaborative offerings that coordinate scripture, preaching and prayer with small ensemble music and creative arts. Pastor and musicians, gardeners, craftspeople and techies contribute together in thanksgiving to God and for the development of our faith.
Reach Out & Care
This caring ministry helps the congregation stay connected and coordinates mutual care and support efforts. Members also help people beyond the church, in the wider community.
Sisters Helping Sisters/Others
This mission originally sewed re-usable feminine hygiene products for girls in countries who don't have access to them. When the pandemic hit, the Sisters retooled to help on the homefront, making masks and ear protectors for frontline healthcare workers and first responders.
When people or situations need help from a power higher than anything in this world, this team goes into action! In the spirit of hope and healing, strength and fulfillment, members pray specifically on matters people request as well as for situations in the world.
This team takes welcome and joy, fellowship and fun to new levels, and not just for the congregation. In addition to hosting potlucks and holiday celebrations, this team hosts events to bless the community, like Veterans breakfasts and cooking parties to freeze meals for community elderly and those in pandemic quarantine.
Community & Communication
We share our building and grounds for community support groups and events, as well as town visitors. With poor local cell signal, we broadcast wifi into our courtyard and street front so people can communicate in this increasingly wired world. We provide protection from poor weather in our courtyard and narthex, and we have just installed a water bottle filling station for thirsty hikers. We are currently finishing renovations that will make our facilities completely ADA accessible and qualify us to become a shelter for wildfires and floods.