We welcome all God’s children to worship and full participation in the life and membership of the church, without regard to race, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental handicap, economic status or any other life situation that we fail to recognize.
We believe God’s love and grace is sufficient for us all, and embraces the rich diversity of gifts and persons who live in our neighborhood. We seek to live out the slogan of the United Methodist Church by offering: “Open Hearts, Open Minds and Open Doors.”
A Very Special Day
On November 9th Our resident Bishop, Gregory V. Palmer will be bringing us the Message and baptize Caleb Kendrick. Please save the date.
Today’s Reflection IN CARING FOR OTHERS we use up a great deal of physical and mental energy. If we do not replenish these limited resources, we run the risk of compassion fatigue. We cannot fulfill our God-given callings to be compassionate human beings in bodies that are constantly neglected and overextended. How we feed, exercise, […]