Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church is not a place for spectators. It is a place for team members.
Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant
church community. Here is how you can learn, serve,
and grow at DVLC.


The fellowship activities at Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church (DVLC) include the after service coffee hour, social outings, luncheons, weekly potluck/pizza dinners, W/ELCA (Women of the ELCA) Craft Circle/Quilt Circle, Youth activities, weekly Men's Breakfast, luncheon/dinner groups, and much more.

Bible Study

Does Scripture ever make you curious? Make you wonder? Make you notice? Pastor Russ convenes a Bible Study on Monday and Thursday at 1:30pm here at DVLC in the library or a nearby classroom to look at the appointed Biblical texts
for the coming week. It is a standing invitation to come and reflect with your fellow disciples on what God might be saying
to us through the readings we consider. It is organically led meeting as it is the questions and thoughts the Holy Spirit inspires in you that guide our dialogue with an occasional
timely Pastor Russ insight. We would love to have you!

Women of the ELCA (WELCA)

The mission statement of the Women of the ELCA is "to mobilize women to act boldly on their faith in Jesus Christ." Toward that end, the Craft Circle and the Quilt Circle have been meeting almost every week for the purpose of ministry action both locally and internationally. Our Annual Yuletide Bazaar - This fundraiser is organized by members of the church's craft ministry, who for 18 years have selected recipients that serve families, women and children, primarily in Clallam County. For the bazaar, dozens of women work January into November to knit, crochet, sew, paint, quilt, bead, bake, and create hundreds of items, including seasonal decorations, kitchen and table linens, clothing, and greeting cards. All crafters are welcome, regardless of church affiliation. All proceeds from the bazaar are donated to community nonprofits. Receiving grants from the most recent bazaar were:
Clallam Mosaic

Peninsula Behavioral Health

First Teacher

Sequim Community Aid

Forks Abuse Program

North Olympic Foster Parent Association

Voices for Veterans

First Step Family Support Centers

Captain Joseph House Foundation

Healthy Families of Clallam County

the Olympic Medical Center Sequim-based Cancer Center Patient Navigator

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers.

This year's event will be Saturday, November 17. For more information about the craft group and the bazaar, click here.
The Quilt Circle made and shipped 24 quilts, 20 school kits, and 26 layettes this year for distribution by Lutheran World Relief. The Prayer Shawl Circle, made about 60 shawls to comfort those who are suffering. In addition, the quilters have quilted and sent 220 quilts to the Salvation Army. We are active in the Olympic Cluster of the Southwest Washington Synod, and joined other congregations in our synod for Bible study and faith celebrations.  

Men's Outreach Endeavor's (MORE)

Founded in 1999, M.O.R.E. provides Christian fellowship and camaraderie for the men of Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church while providing monetary and physical support for those in need in  our community.  On Mondays the men gather at Sunland clubhouse for breakfast at 8:30 a.m.  Current projects, maintaining the church grounds, planning for pizza night, or preparing for the annual garage sale are the usual topics of conversation (along with less serious topics like the Seahawks).  Funds raised by M.O.R.E. go to the following organizations (among others):
  • Serenity House of Clallam County
  • Healthy Families of Clallam County
  • Sequim Community Help Center
  • Sequim Food Bank
  • Salvation Army
  • Peninsula Behavioral Health
  • Volunteer Hospice