It's rooted in our Wesleyan heritage.
It's defined by our social principles.
It's part of what makes United Methodists unique.
We believe God's grace is available to all people, no matter where
you're from, what you look like, or what you've done.
That's why our communion table is open to all.
To us, church is about sharing God's love by offering hope and healing
to those looking for more meaning in their
lives. Acts of personal faith and public worship help us grow closer to God, but we also grow in our faith by taking
action outside the church walls to help others.
Christ and His earliest followers reached out to those in need, caring
for the sick and abandoned when others
turned away. Like Him, we are drawn to help those suffering from hunger, disease, or injustice. Those recovering
from disaster. Those in need of education, clean water, or simply someone to let them know they are not alone.
We seek to live our faith in ways that create change in the world.
Reaching from the local church to neighboring
communities and all around the globe, United Methodists share a
mutually determined common mission. By working together, we accomplish more. A web of local churches with a
global scope, we seek out opportunities to transform lives.
We choose to live our faith in ways that create real and lasting change in the world.
We open hearts, open minds, and open doors to transform the lives of others.
We put our beliefs into action.