As of May 31, Governor Inslee has made it possible for congregations to gather again.  Pilgrim Lutheran Church is holding in-person worship in compliance with the Adams County Health Department guidelines that recommend wearing a mask in public and observing social distancing.  For people in the most at risk population, please continue to gather with us by joining our electronic faith community on FaceBook, as well as on our webpage if you want to listen to Wednesday and Sunday’s message.  
Throughout this Covid-19 pandemic, let us keep tabs on our loved ones, friends and our neighbors.  The challenge is call, text, or FaceTime two people a day.    For prayer requests, please email the church at or    
Every fifth Sunday throughout the year, our worship service will be lead with a contemporary service.  
On August 29 is our fifth Sunday, less formal worship service.  We will also have an ice cream social in the Fellowship Hall after worship.  Also on this day we decorate hats and make them silly or we just wear a hat we love.  It is hat Sunday.   
September 12 we will once again honor our First Responders with breakfast at 8:30 am with a blessing at 9:30.  First responders are welcomed to stay for service or leave after the blessing.  If you cannot make it for breakfast, you are certainly welcome to come at 9:30 for a blessing. 
September 19, we are celebrating western  days in honor of the Othello Rodeo once again happening after a year’s hiatus.  You are encouraged to dress in western wear of all kinds, and we will have special music for the day.  
September 28 is the Red Cross Blood Drive.  It will be in the Fellowship Hall of Pilgrim Lutheran Church from 1-6 pm.  Walk-in’s are welcome.