Edmonds UMC News

Tae Kwon Do Comes to Edmonds UMC!

Saturday mornings | 10:30-11:30 | Beginning June 3

This fun and safe family oriented class welcomes adults, families and children 2nd grade and up. Kindergarteners' through 1st graders welcome with parent participation. Learn the basics of Tae Kwon Do and self-defense techniques from 2nd degree Black Belt Ken Abrams.  Suggested donation of $25 per person / per month.  Questions?  Email Ken at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Donations requested by check or cash at the start of each month.

Earth Justice Speaker Jewell Praying Wolf James Comes to EUMC!

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, we will celebrate Earth Justice with special speaker, Jewell Praying Wolf James, from the Lummi Nation. Mr. James will share the reverence his people have toward the earth in his sermon with a Q & A session after second service. Mr. James is a descendant from the sister of Chief Seattle and has a degree in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Washington. He is a former Director of Fisheries for the Lummi Nation and served on the Governing Council for 9 years. 

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Website Tip - Help! I Can’t Log-In!

Website Tip - Help! I Can’t Log-In!

This is the first of two tips about the Member Login webpage and it’s contents. Today’s tip includes getting an account for access and logging in to the Member Login webpage. Please click continue for step-by-step instructions.   

Did you know a Member Login and staff approval are required to access the EUMC Member Directory, EUMC Request Forms, and other not-for-public viewing content?  By having content that is visible only to those who have a login, content is safer and cannot be viewed by everyone on the planet. This is a good, no, this is a great thing!  So,to get started.

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Website Tip #2

Tip 2:  How Do I Communicate a Website Correction?

The best way to communicate an EUMC website correction is needed is to include the website menu title, webpage title, and the specific correction that is needed.  Additional information is not necessary and can delay the process.  Additional information about what to include in an email is offered below.

What to Include and Examples

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