What are Ultreyas?

Ultreyas are monthly or quarterly gatherings combining our smaller reunion groups into regional gatherings—the Ultreya is a place in which there is singing, praising our Lord Jesus Christ, prayer, fellowship, and communion. Ultreya is a Spanish word used by young Christian men to encourage one another during their annual pilgrimage up the mountain to the tomb of St. James the Apostle. It means "Onward! Upward! Forward! Persevere!"

If you are in our area, please drop in and share the Spirit with us. These Ultreyas are open to all who wish to follow Jesus!

List of Ultreyas

Where and Who to Contact

[NEW] Skagit & Whatcom Counties

Various churches, including Allen United Methodist, Bow

Meets on even numbered months, on the 2nd Sunday, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.

Contact: Jennifer Gudmundson, 360-391-5683, PKandDJRG@hotmail.com

Island County

Grace By The Sea, Oak Harbor (540 SE Pioneer Way)

Meets on the 3rd Friday of every month, 6:00pm

Contact: Diana Fidele, DJSumner41@yahoo.com

North King County

Rose Hill Church, Kirkland (12202 NE 90th St)

Meets 5:00pm - 8:00pm, 4th Sunday of March, June & September

Contact: Quenten Pippel, Quenten@pippel.net

[Assisted by: Jeanne Harshbarger, 425-647-0233, Jeanne.Harshbarger@gmail.com] 

South Sound [Pierce County & South King County]

Christ Lutheran Church, Lakewood

3rd Sunday, 1:00pm - 3:00pm

(rescheduled around holidays, December includes caroling)

Contact: Marsha Medlin. 253-777-0762, PugetSoundUltreya@gmail.com

[Assisted by: Kristi Roy, 253-431-3062, KristiRoy.LMP@gmail.com]


===  INACTIVE  ===


Currently Inactive:

East King County

Contact: Bob Jones, (c) 206-832-7883

Please try the NEW North King County Ultreya or South Sound Ultreya!

Currently Inactive:

Whatcom County

Contact: Ann Coffinger, 360-677-2272, ActionsOfGrace@msn.com

Please try the NEW Skagit & Whatcom Counties Ultreya!

Currently Inactive:

Kitsap County

Contact: Jessica Berg, (c) 360-908-6143, JessiePaulie2@yahoo.com

Please contact Jessica if you are interested in meeting.