What's Happening at Bear Creek!

  • Fall Theme: Who Is My Neighbor?

    Download your workbook for this Fall's sermon series! It has daily prompts to help us think about who is our neighbor, and to widen our circles to include them. Our First Booklet (for Sep 10-24) is the Notice Booklet. 

    Notice Booklet

  • Sunday S T R E T C H

    This fall, we will host workshops to help you go deeper in your faith formation and with others. Join us! These will be 60-90 minutes, immediately following worship (snacks provided). 

    Oct 8: Finding a Third Way in Divisive Times (with Revs. Brook McBride and Dave Orendorff)

    Oct 22: Making Marriage Work (with Dr. Stephen Pugh)

    Nov 5: Navigating Grief (with Stephen Ministry Leaders)

  • Harvest Pumpkins for FoodBank Farm

    Our God's Hands team has a great event for the fall: Harvesting pumpkins at Food Bank Farm in Snohomish on Sun, Oct 1 from 2-5pm. Every helper gets to take home a pumpkin of their own! Plus, Bob's Corn & Pumpkin Farm is across the street to provide even more entertainment afterwards. Thanks to Chris Aakre for connecting with the farm to make this happen - there will be a signup sheet at church very soon with more info.

  • Brews with Brook, Sun, Oct 15, 5-7pm

    Get to know Pastor Brook and others in the congregation over a pint (or water, or soda - your choice!). Black Raven Brewing Woodinville.

  • Some great news Bear Creek. Pastor Brook received a call from Dr. Stephen Pugh, a psychologist in Woodinville. Stephen would like to teach a marriage class here at Bear Creek. Stephen has studied under John Gottman, one of the leading researchers in marriage counseling. John is a professor at the University of Washington who has written extensively about marriage in our times. This is an amazing opportunity for Bear Creek. Pastor Brook and Cyndy plan to attend and are advising that we all join them. The class will be October 22 right after worship. Childcare provided for anyone who wants to attend. Make room on your calendar! Please RSVP here

    Dr. Steven D. Pugh is a Woodinville, Washington based psychologist who is specialized in General Psychology. His current practice location is 18711 152nd Ave Ne, Woodinville. Patients can reach him at 425-485-9377. Dr. Steven D. Pugh is STEVEN PUGH, PH.D. in General Psychology and his NPI number (Unique professional ID assigned by NPPES) is 1508061052.

    Dr. Steven D. Pugh is specialized in psychological testing and evaluating or assessing patient's personal characteristics, such as intelligence, personality, abilities, interests, aptitudes, and neuropsychological functioning. Accordingly, he performs counseling, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, hypnosis, biofeedback, and behavior analysis and therapy. He can diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorder or disability, alcoholism and substance abuse, disorders of habit or conduct, as well as of the psychological aspects of physical illness, accident, injury, or disability by psycheducational evaluation, therapy, remediation, and consultation.

  • Trunk or Treat, Sunday October 29, 5-7pm

    It's time to sign up to decorate your trunk to hand out candy to all the kiddos! Register here.

  • A Season of Gratitude - Music from Bach, Price, and Faure

    Join violinist Grace Alexander and pianist Will Rand for this evening of beautiful, classical music November 4 at 7pm. The concert is free, but there will be a free will offering to help raise funds for our December 9 Messiah Spectacular. 

  • Charge Conference / Annual Meeting November 12

    This year's annual meeting with District Superintendent Rev. Mark Galang will be on Sun, Nov 12. Rev. Galang will meet with SPRC before worship, worship with us, enjoy our Thanksgiving meal, and then we will move right into the Charge Conference. 

  • Women at the Well, Tuesdays at 10am

    Hey ladies

    We are looking to start a weekly get-together… gathering in friendship, fellowship, and faith.

    Please join us each Tuesday in our Bear Creek sanctuary for an informal circle-time from 10-11am.

    Our hopes for this group is to be able to share some light topics, back it up with scripture, add some humor, share in conversation, and support one another as we grow together and grow in God’s spirit as women of faith. By keeping our time to just one hour each week, our hope is that you find this hour to be a great "jump start" to your Tuesday…. And then be on your way to other tasks that await your day.

    Please join us. In Joy, Connie Gagnon and Sonya Garrett


  • Our Sundays run smoothly only because of our great volunteers! Sign up to participate by making coffee, greeting, serving communion, being an usher, or reading scripture. Questions? Contact Will or Pastor Brook.

  • Sign ups happening now for a community sing. Rehearsals and performance all on Dec 9. Contact Will Rand for more information, or complete the registration form.