Practicing Your Faith

Wesleyan small groups bring people together to watch over one another in love.

United Methodists help one another grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. 

John Wesley, historic founder of the Methodist movement, succinctly described the plan of discipleship in what he called The General Rules. As Christians, we are to (1) do no harm by avoiding evil of every kind; (2) do good to all people; and (3) attend upon all the ordinances of God like participating in worship, taking Communion, reading the Bible, praying, and more. 

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What We Believe

Our United Methodist Vows

Church members promise to faithfully participate in a local congregation by living through their vows. Read more about each vow in this five-part series.

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When tragedy strikes, we find comfort in serving others. Creative Commons courtesy Pexels.com.
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What We Believe

'You did it for me': Serving others in times of tragedy

As we search for hope, comfort, and answers after tragic shootings or natural disasters, a story from Jesus offers guidance for United Methodists to reach out in love.

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Living our faith

Sacraments, rites, rituals

Our inspiring history