As our Mission Statement proclaims, we are called, along with all United Methodists, to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Intentional discipleship does not just happen on its own. We believe that all persons are able to grow in their faith through making commitments
- to be involved in weekly worship with the faith community, as well as daily meditation and prayer on their own;
- to establish the habit of lifelong learning as they join small groups, attend weekly Sunday morning class offerings, study scripture as an individual and with a group;
- to grow in their relationship with God, other Christians and their neighbors by learning to love one another and seeking ways to connect with church members, the home-bound and strangers; and
- to immerse themselves in serving in the ways that Christ demonstrated by feeding the hungry, giving shelter to the homeless, visiting those imprisoned, caring for children, the elderly and those ailing.
And throughout a lifetime of learning to be a disciple and encouraging others to become disciples, we gradually transform the world into God’s kingdom!