Cascadia District

The Cascadia District consists of 45 congregations and two Hispanic Fellowships, stretching from the north Oregon coast to the high desert of Eastern Oregon.
A defining geographical feature of this entire region is the Cascade Mountain Range, which has a profound influence on the physical and social life across the region.  "Cascadia" refers to the whole region, a diverse set of local communities which have in common being impacted by the mountains.  Likewise, the congregations which make up the Cascadia District are contextually diverse expressions of our common faith in Christ and our shared United Methodist heritage.

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Linda Grund-Clampit
Cascadia District Administrator
(503) 581-3969
Wendy Woodworth
Cascadia District Superintendent
(503) 581-3969

Lay Leaders

Larry Herrmann


680 State St., Suite 200
Salem, OR 97301