We are United Methodists. We have an obligation to bear a faithful Christian witness to Jesus Christ, the living reality at the center of the Church’s life and witness. To fulfill this obligation, we reflect critically on our biblical and theological inheritance, striving to express faithfully the witness we make in our own time.
Worship! Worship is traditional with a splash of casual. We have a worship team that is interested in trying new ways to express our praise and love for God.
We are a safe place. We are glad YOU are here. Whoever you are. Wherever you come from. Wherever you are going. Don’t see something you are looking for? Let’s talk about it. We are open to new ideas and new opportunities. Many times you don’t see things because there wasn’t someone to give life to it.
We aren’t perfect. As you read all these things, you will discover we may do or say the exact opposite. We want you to know we mess up at times. Some times a little. Some times a lot. It’s not on purpose. We are an imperfect church. We are learning. We are still growing. We are trying to be the body of Christ. We are still moving toward that which God has created us to be. Therefore, we ask your forgiveness if we hurt you or disappoint you. We want to be better.
We believe in the demands of LOVE!
- learn to love people without being around actual people - including people who infuriate, annoy, offend, frustrate, reject, and hurt you, thus tempting you to love them.
- learn the patience that love requires without experiencing delay and disappointment.
- learn the kindness that love requires without rendering yourselves vulnerable to unkindness.
- learn the generosity that love requires outside the presence of heartbreaking and unquenchable need.
- learn the peaceableness that love requires without being enmeshed in seemingly unresolvable conflict.
- learn the humility that love requires without moments of acute humiliation.
- learn the determination that love requires without opposition and frustration.
- learn the endurance that love requires without experiencing unrelenting seduction to give up.
- From The Great Spiritual Migration