oUR vision

We exist to connect people to Jesus and each other in a community of faith through:

meaningful Worship, passionate Prayer, intentional Study, and life-giving Service.


"In our act of reverence, we aim to submit and dedicate ourselves entirely to a singular deity—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Our enthusiasm lies in what holds significance in the eyes of the divine.

Jesus beckons those who choose to follow Him to deeply love God and treat their fellow human beings with the same care they have for themselves. Our aspiration is to exhibit to the world the immense affection of God as embodied in Jesus Christ.

We have been entrusted with a vital and transformative message that we are obligated to impart to others. Our testimony is courageous, persuasive, and unyielding. Our mission progresses as individuals embrace discipleship under Jesus Christ and join in God's endeavor to create more disciples."

Two sacraments

1. Baptism

This is a once-in-a-lifetime sacrament of initiation into the church. When we baptize infants, we are recognizing that, as children of believing parents, they have a place in the covenant community of God’s people. We do not believe that infant baptism alone is sufficient for salvation; the child must one day accept the gift of salvation for himself or herself and then be confirmed as a professing member of the church.

2. Holy Communion

Communion in the Methodist Church is an open table: one does not have to be a member of this church to participate. The bread of Holy Communion represents the broken body of Jesus Christ, given for us. The cup represents the blood poured out to give us new life. We believe that Christ is present in a special way when we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion.