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Our Beliefs


God, who is one, is revealed in three distinct persons: Father, Son Jesus Christ & Holy Spirit.


Human Beings

Genesis 1:27 asserts that we've been made in the image of the Creator. Like God we have the capacity to love and care, to communicate, and to create.



The Bible teaches us that everything we have from God is given because of God's great love for us. "You are saved by God's grace because of your faith," Ephesians 2 reads. "This salvation is God's gift. It's not something you possessed. It's not something you did that you can be proud of" (Ephesians 2:8-9 CEB). United Methodists recognize God's grace at work throughout our spiritual journeys. 


Ways to Receive God's Grace

LGBTQ Identity & Faith

The United Methodist Church is having a discussion about the ordination and marriage of people who identify as LGBTQ, and some churches are leaving over this issue. In response, our local church is having a conversation in 2023 about this topic: what does the Bible say? what has been our church tradition? what is the experience of people of faith today?

Join the conversation as we have small group studies, sermon series, and other gatherings to listen to our stories and develop a statement of faith and practice for our local congregation.


We believe in the mystery of salvation through Jesus Christ. God became human in Jesus whose life, death and resurrection demonstrate God's redeeming love.


The Church

The church is the body of Christ, an extension of Christ's life and ministry in the world today.



The United Methodist Church connects more than 12 million members on four continents, and engages in ministry all around the world. We speak many languages, come from various cultures, and span generations. Yet, we are united in our faith in Jesus Christ. 


Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is God's present activity in our midst. When we sense God's leading, God's challenge, or God's support or comfort, it's the Holy Spirit at work.


The Bible

We believe that the Bible is the primary authority for our faith and practice.


4 Theological Guidelines

Why do you believe what you do? There's a good chance four key elements have shaped your faith and help you stay on track: scripture, reason, tradition, and experience.


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