Clothing Bank

Tuesdays and Fridays

11:30 am - 1:30 pm


the 3rd Wednesday of the month from
5:00 pm- 6 :00 pm

South Hall

Give: We are always collecting gently used/new clothing in all sizes - Socks and Underwear are always needed for children and adults

Receive: Our clothing closet is open to all those in need of clothing throughout the community. No intake is needed, just show up and find your new items!

Volunteer: The clothing closet is always seeking volunteers to help sort donations and maintain the space for cleanliness and organization.

Contact: Call our office with questions 360.426.4174

Food Bank


Food Bank & Love INC

Give: We have a food bank collection space in our church. We accept food donations throughout the week during office hours (M-Th 9am-1pm).
​Receive: Residents of Mason County can call Love INC. to receive food assistance.
Please call Love INC (not Shelton United Methodist Church) at 360 462-5683 on Tuesday between 10 am - 3 pm to get on the list for food bank pick up. 
Volunteer: You can volunteer at the church to help pass out food baskets, or contact Love INC for other opportunities. 
Pick-Up Location and Time: Friday at noon -Shelton United Methodist Church, South Hall. 
Contact: Call our office with questions 360.426.4174

Love INC

221 West Railroad, Suite 10, Shelton, WA 98584
(360) 462-LOVE (5683)

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Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Methodist Church is called to be a community, diverse and united in God’s saving love, sent out in vital life-giving ministry for and with Jesus Christ.

The strategy of the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference is to fulfill the purpose and move toward our vision, the Annual Conference will provide lay and clergy transformational leadership for vital ministry.

The primary task of the Conference is calling, credentialing, equipping, sending forth, and nurturing lay and clergy transformational leaders.

Additional important functions of the Pacific Northwest Conference are; strategizing for new ministry development and congregational redevelopment, connecting for ministry beyond the local church, and providing support services.  For more information Click Here