The Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Church of Christ operates two camp facilities, Pilgrim Firs outside of Port Orchard, and N-Sid-Sen, on the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene in Idaho.

Women’s Retreat 2019

Nov 1-3 at Pilgrim Firs

Women of all generations gather for study and reflection, fellowship, crafts, and more.


Pilgrim Firs

Pilgrim Firs includes 120 acres with cabins, lodges, sports fields, a playground, basketball and volleyball courts, hiking trails, indoor and outdoor chapel/meditation spaces, and campfire areas. It’s located on a small lake for canoeing and kayaking, and swimming in the summer. Pilgrim Firs is about 1.5 hours from downtown Bellevue. You can drive through Tacoma and take the Tacoma Narrows bridge, or take the Fountleroy – Southworth ferry from Seattle.

Canoeing with Pastor Cristina  Children on a hike



N-Sid-Sen includes 270 acres and almost a mile of shore line along Lake Coeur d’Alene. The name comes from a phrase of the Coeur d’Alene native people meaning “Point of Inspiration”. The camp offers hiking and cross country ski trails, large fields for play and sports, a cove and docks for swimming and boating, an outdoor chapel, two campfire circles, picnic areas, and basketball and volleyball courts. N-Sid-Sen is about 5.5-hours from downtown Bellevue.