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As a United Methodist Church, we exist to fulfill our mission which is "to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world." To make disciples, we reach out and receive people; help them build a relationship with God; nurture and strengthen them in the Christian faith
Events and churches have long gone together because church families enjoy time together. Events provide great fellowship for the congregation and the community. So, whether it is the church picnic or a pot luck supper, we see the church office as being a crucial part of the life of our church.
As a church community, we are called to be a community of prayer. We are called to be a body of people who continually pray for God’s blessing on one other, and on our ministry. Prayer defines who we are. It mirrors the very way we approach all areas of our life together
If we feel like a spiritual wash out then we have to take that situation to God. You need to do something for someone else. Share your faith. Read a solid Christian book about some area of your faith that perplexes you. Take a greater role in a committee or mission of the church. Volunteer for something you haven’t tried before. Support financially a particular project you have not previously supported. What happens? Recharge!
Visit the Blog... share your thoughts... participate in the exchange of idea and opinions. Current blog topics include faith formation and styles of worship... traditional vs contemporary.
Traditionalists embrace longstanding rituals and hymns, Contemporary advocates point to a large segment of today's population as being resistant to embrace tradition, and, therefore, being left out of the church experience.
Confirmation is that time in a young person's life when he or she responds to God's grace with intentional commitment, publicly reaffirming his or her baptismal vows before the congregation. It's their statement that they want God to walk with them wherever they may go. It's an acknowledgement that they are not done yet. It's a hope for the future. It's not just an achievement, it's a promise. Confirmation is for those youth who actively reflect their faith.