Worship at Haller Lake United Methodist Church

We are building an inclusive community that glorifies God and helps people follow Jesus’ loving guidance by worshipping vibrantly, growing spiritually, and faithfully serving the needs of our community and world.

Haller Lake UMC altar in red for pentecost with pride flags

Sundays at 10:00am


Worship is online or in person at this time. Anyone with a phone or internet access can participate using Zoom. Join the Zoom call at


Zoom can also be joined by phone by calling 1-253-215-8782 and typing in

Meeting ID: 931 6473 8395 and
Passcode: 587986

Attendance in person requires a mask (N95, KN95, KF94, or surgical) to be worn over nose and mouth for anyone over 2 years old and sign in. Masks are available at the door and may be removed to receive communion. 

Each Sunday Morning service includes wonderful music led by our Minister of Music, Dr. Lisa Lewis. The service has liturgy, scripture, prayers, and preaching from Pastor Laura that brings scripture to life in our current context.  Communion is open to everyone and occurs on the first Sunday of each month. Liturgical dance led by Susan Little is a seasonal blessing.

We welcome all ages in worship together in the sanctuary. For those who need a little more space to move around, the Friendship Room is adjacent to the sanctuary and available during worship, but is not staffed. 

Music at Haller Lake UMC

Music is an integral part of worship at Haller Lake UMC.  Choir is open to everybody and practices Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. September through mid-June. We have various opportunities for solos and ensembles.  More information can be found on our Music page. 

    Special Worship at Haller Lake UMC

    The Haller Lake United Methodist Church welcomes special services such as weddings, baptisms, and memorial services in our sanctuary. We would love to work with you to plan for your special service. Please fill out the Contact Us form or send an email to our pastor at pastorlaura@hallerlakeumc.org to learn more. 

      Haller Lake UMC altar in red for pentecost with pride flags