Our Mission

Our mission is to be God's people, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to continue the work of Jesus Christ!


WHERE WE ARE








Who We Are

We're a congregation of United Methodists, yes. But our true identity is not in a denomination or a traditional way of doing 'church.' We strive to honor God with our lives and to honor His Word above all else. We're not perfect and we understand that you aren't either. We're a family in Christ whose goal is to continually seek the Lord in our actions and attitudes as we minister to each other and those around us. We're old. We're young. We're long-time Christians and we're new believers. We'd be happy to welcome you as a visitor and encourage you to join our church family.

What do we believe?

With Christians of other communions we confess belief in the triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This confession embraces the biblical witness to God's activity in creation, encompasses God's gracious self-involvement in the dramas of history, and anticipates the consummation of God's reign. The created order is designed for the well-being of all creatures and as the place of human dwelling in covenant with God. As sinful creatures, however, we have broken that covenant, become estranged from God, wounded ourselves and one another, and wreaked havoc throughout the natural order. We stand in need of redemption. We hold in common with all Christians a faith in the mystery of salvation in and through Jesus Christ. At the heart of the gospel of salvation is God's incarnation in Jesus of Nazareth. Scripture witnesses to the redeeming love of God in Jesus' life and teachings, his atoning death, his resurrection, his sovereign presence in history, his triumph over the powers of evil and death, and his promised return. Because God truly loves us in spite of our willful sin, God judges us, summons us to repentance, pardons us, receives us by that grace given to us in Jesus Christ, and gives us hope of life eternal. 


From The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church - 2004.

Copyright 2012 by The United Methodist Publishing House.