Who Are United Methodists?
United Methodists are called to “make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.” Grounded in our historical traditions to accept God’s redeeming love, guided by Holy Scripture and personal experience of God’s acts of grace, we seek to be God’s servants in the world.
Our church is open to all who are seeking a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ. We believe that God’s grace, God’s love, is calling us to live better lives for the benefit of ourselves and our families.
Reaching Out in Missions:
We are all called to be in service to the world, especially those whose needs are greatest that they may come to know that they are valued by a loving God.
Holy Communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper is celebrated as a gift from God. In sharing of both the bread and the cup, we share in the witness that Christ’s body and blood are given to sustain and to redeem. As a gift, all are invited to share in our Communion services. You do not need to be a United Methodist or a member of this congregation to receive the sacrament with us.