Open and Affirming Statement of the Chewelah United Church of Christ "Adopted by the membership March 19, 2000"

Open and Affirming Statement of the Chewelah United Church of Christ
“Adopted by the membership March 19, 2000”

“In keeping with our mission of “being children of God, united in our belief in Christ, and called to love one another as God loves us”, and to deepen our mutual involvement in the aims and work of the General Synod, Chewelah UCC declares itsself to be Open and Affirming, joyfully welcoming people of any sexual orientation, race, gender, age, nationality, marital status, economic circumstances, emotional condition, physical or mental ability to all levels of the church.”

Bible Study

Adult Book Studies

Join this group to find enjoyable information about the Bible, ask the questions you always wanted to ask and delve deeper into the meanings of Bible passages. First thursday in October.


Prayers and Concerns

Sending out the message, the call to prayer for someone who has a challenge, a concern, grief, loss or tragedy, is one of the ways our congregation can help those around us.  When we know there is trouble and we turn to the Lord in unison, we have a huge effect.  Watch for the Prayers and Concerns in the Sunday Bulletin, in the newsletter and during worship.  You can pray and know that you are heard.

Email your Prayers and Concerns to Sara ( or call Joann Blubaugh (Prayer Chain).  Call the church (509-935-8046) or mail to:  East 10 Webster Avenue
Chewelah, WA 99109

Ladies Lunch Hawaiian Table

Good Intent

The ladies of Good Intent work continuously on fund raising projects.  They design events and activities to fund kitchen supplies, the NW Harvest Lunch,  furnish  These Days Devotionals, funeral lunches, and other special gifts as needed.

Often they provide some special fund raisers like the Bowl and Roll dinner, NCC Women’s Luncheon and candle sale, a cookie sale, and pennies for projects.

They funded the new dishwasher and its installation.  Please contact the church for additional information and consider becoming a part of our wonderful Good Intent activities.  Looking forward to seeing all the ladies of the church.

The Food Pantry

The Pantry

Your dollar donations will be greatly appreciated.  The Good Neighbor members will put your dollars to work in The Pantry.  Would you like to help?  

We provide food all year round in our pantry and we give special collections at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. If you would like to receive a special food basket or know someone in need, contact Cheri Freeman or Sara via the church office. Phone: 509-935-8046 or email us at the UCC office:

Fellowship hall

Church Facility Offering

The United Church of Christ has a building with a large fellowship hall, commercial size kitchen with dishes, chapel space, and classrooms.  A refrigerator, freezer, two ovens, and  large counter spaces for preparation and serving make large or small group serving easy. 

For more information on facility use or banquet service please contact  Mary Ann or Sara via the Church Office, 935-8046 or send an email to:

The Food Pantry

Mission and Stewardship

“God will meet your need with generosity exceeding yours . . . ” (Philippians 4:19)

The Mission and Stewardship Ministry encourages the joy of giving.  UCC members participate in special offerings each year. One Great Hour of Sharing, Neighbors in Need, Strengthen the Church, The Christmas Fund and Our Churches Wider Mission.   Locally, UCC supports Chewelah Food Bank  the food pantry. 


Christian Education

Youth are ready for more. They ask bigger, more complex questions about God, themselves, and the world around them. They’re ready to take on more responsibility in the life of the church, whether that be in worship, outreach programs, or special events. And they’re eager for larger adventures, whether that be on camping trips to remote destinations or just having fun together.
We strive to be faithful companions with our middle school and high school youth as they discover their journey of faith.

The Good Intent Food Pantry

Community Service

These are things that we are doing for the community and to support the community.  We host the Salvation Army social worker every Tuesday.  She provides services to those who need them.  The TASTY (A Service for school ages children and families to receive supplemental food from the middle of July to the end of August). AA meetings, Mindfulness Group, and Girl Scout meetings. Please contact the office for information about this facility.