Thanks be to God who has given us another year of life in abundance through His Son, Jesus Christ! 

We rejoice in the power of His love and strength that helps us to serve Him.  Every day we feel a stronger desire to share His Word, which works powerfully to change and restore lives. We are very proud to serve God and His people at Saddlerock EPC.

 

SERVICIOS

Domingos: Oración -- 11:00 AM-12:00 PM

Domingos: Servicio -- 12:30 PM

Viernes: Estudios Biblicos -- 7:00 PM

Miercoles: Salón 221 -- 7:00 PM

 

 

MINISTERIO LATINO

Iglesia Evangelica Presbiteriana Saddlerock

Estamos convencidos de que la iglesia debe ser una reflexion de la comunidad en que existe.

En Wenatchee, la poblacion es:  

1.      Blancos, de habla inglesa. 65%

2.      Latinos de habla hispana. 32%

3.      Nativos Americanos, Asiaticos, Afro-Americanos y otros. 3%

Todos compramos en las mismas tiendas, enviamos a nuestros hijos a las mismas escuelas, nos recreamos en los mismos parques, y aplaudimos juntos los mismos desfiles.

Compartimos los mismos lugares de trabajo, y si nos enfermamos vamos a los mismos hospitales.

Por que tenemos que separarnos para adorar a Dios?

Si, muchos latinos preferimos adorar en Espanol. Y asi lo hacemos en Saddlerock: Cantamos y predicamos en Espanol; pero somos una sola iglesia.

Tenemos servicios separados, pero en ocaciones intercambiamos predicadores, musica, comida, sonrisas y hasta abrazos.

Si queremos ser mas unidos en la comunidad, el mejor lugar para cultivar esa unidad es en la iglesia, en la presencia de Dios, quien nos creo a todos del mismo polvo, con sus manos de amor.

LATIN MINISTRY

Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church

We are convinced that the church must be a representation of the community where it exists.

In Wenatchee, the population is:

1.      White, English speaking. 65%

2.      Latinos, Spanish speaking. 32%

3.      Native Americans, Asians, African Americans and others. 3%

We shop in the same stores, send our children to the same schools, play in the same parks, and cheer to the same parades.

We share places of work, and when we get ill, we go to the same hospitals.

 Why do we have to be separated to worship God?

Yes, many latinos prefer to worship in Spanish. And that’s the way we do it at Saddlerock: We sing and we preach in Spanish; but we are one church.

We have separate services, but on occasions we exchange preachers, music, food, smiles and even hugs.

If we want to have a more united community, the best place to grow that unity is at church, in the presence of God, who created us from the same dust with his loving hands.