All About Methodist Temple

We See Christ In You

Admittedly, this might seem like a bold statement, but it is our way of affirming every person’s sacred value and potential. We believe God loves us, and therefore, our lives work best when we live according to Christ-like love. Seeing Christ in every person means we are committed to living together as a family, as God’s beloved community. Undeniably, this takes commitment, discipline, and sacrifice, but it is worth it.

With that in mind, Methodist Temple strives to be a safe, non-judgmental community where people can connect, share their gifts, and explore what God is doing within their lives. We are committed to loving and being in ministry with all people.

“Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?”

— John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church

You are Welcome Here.
You are Loved Here.
You Matter Here.

Our Sunday services are a time for our community to come together in fellowship, worship, and reflection.

Whether you’re seeking connection with others or God, or simply a moment of peace, our doors are open to all.

We invite you this Sunday to join our congregation in worship and teaching to renew your spirit, deepen your faith, and find inspiration for the week ahead. If you have any questions or want to talk before you attend please don’t hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon!

Join us at one of our services this Sunday! Learn more about our two different styles and attend whichever you fit best!

Who are the people of the United Methodist Church?

The United Methodist Church is a worldwide connection of more than 12 million members in Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States. We are the person next door, the church on the other side of the country, and the worshiping community across the globe. Together, we share a legacy of living as disciples of Jesus Christ, sharing God’s love both in what we say and how we serve our neighbors.

The United Methodist Church is a member of the World Methodist Council — which ties together Methodist denominations worldwide.

What do United Methodists believe?

The United Methodist Church shares a great deal with other Christian denominations. We believe God’s grace is open to all, and therefore practice “open Communion”–meaning that anyone may participate in receiving Communion. We believe salvation is an open gift from God, accepted by individuals according to their own free will. The United Methodist denomination is a “big tent” theologically, providing space for theological discourse and, at times, disagreement.

Like many other Christian groups, we affirm the beliefs expressed in the Apostles Creed. These include:

  • The belief in one God, who is the Creator and sustainer of the universe.
  • The belief in the Trinity, that there is one God in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
  • The belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is fully human and fully divine.

What do United Methodists do?

John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, taught that we pursue our faith in community and action with others. We practice a social holiness. We insist that personal salvation always involves Christian mission and service to the world. The United Methodist Church has a long history of action and advocacy for social justice.

United Methodists are active in their communities and in the world through a variety of ways, including:

  • Participating in local mission projects and service initiatives
  • Supporting global mission efforts through the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) and other mission organizations
  • Advocating for social justice and working to address issues such as poverty, hunger, and inequality
  • Providing educational and vocational training opportunities
  • Offering counseling, support groups, and other forms of pastoral care
  • Creating and supporting community development programs

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