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Welcome to Cedar Cross United Methodist Church.

We are located in Mill Creek, Washington just south of Everett on 132nd Street SE. We are easily accessible from all across south Snohomish County and conveniently located near Interstate 5. Cedar Cross is an active church that tries to live our our United Methodist theme of Open Hearts, Open Minds and Open Doors.

We have a diverse membership of adults, seniors, youth, and children of all ages! We have a strong Sunday school curriculum for children, youth and adults. Our worship services offer many ways to help you deepen your spiritual awareness of God’s work in us, in our community and in the world. We are pleased that you are interested in CCUMC.

We hope you will consider worshipping God and serving others with us.  If there is any way we can be of service to you or your family in your faith journey, please let us know. There is a place for you here at Cedar Cross United Methodist Church. We look forward to meeting you.

We’d love to hear from you!

Contact us: cedarcrossumc@frontier.com

1210 132nd Street S.E. Mill Creek, WA 98012
425-338-7845

    Directions:

From I-5 take exit 186 and head East on 128th Street SW for about 1 mile (it becomes 132nd Street). Turn right into our parking lot just as you pass the intersection of 10th drive SE. You’ll see our sign there.

 
 
 
 

Our Staff

Cedar Cross Staff
Pastor —    Jim Clarke
Youth Ministries Geoff Albright
Children’s Ministries Katie Rugg
Music Director David Chrysler
Praise Band Director Brad Davidson
Pianist Ruth Mallery
Treasurer Jeff Case
Office Administrator Mary Case
Maintenance
Volunteer Staff
Bell Choir Director Nissa Ludwig
Webmaster Mark Wilder
Worship Guide/ Newsletter Dale Carter
Cedar Cross Cooperative School
Chairperson

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