Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Indeed, by faith our ancestors received approval. By faith we understand that the worlds were prepared by the word of God, so that what is seen was made from things that are not visible. -Hebrews 11:1-3
In a world that clamors for us to do and be more and more, community - one rooted in values like love, faith, service, compassion and justice - offers an anchor and a place to bloom and grow.
That's what we seek to be - a place to belong, to become, to believe. Together we seek to grow first as people who are changed by a relationship with God, finding faith in things we hope for and cannot see. Then we seek to become disciples of Jesus Christ who share light and love in the world. We worship together, serve together, learn together, pray together. We also laugh together, share life and eat together (like good Methodists do).
Take a look around. Join us for worship on Sunday morning or try our Messy Church on Saturday afternoons. Come as you are. God receives you just as you are and so will we.
Join us for worship
this Sunday, May 29 at 10 a.m.
In Person Worship and
As we continue with "ordinary time," there is nothing ordinary about our times. Safety remains a top priority as we worship in-person indoors. We will care for one another by adhering to guidelines developed by our re-entry task group and the Faith UMC leaders.
As of March 20, 2022
Masks are not required in our building at this time.
We ask that the unvaccinated comply with CDC guidelines and wear masks in our building and in public settings. We also ask the unvaccinated to consider testing before coming to the church building to be with others, and to follow current CDC exposure and quarantine guidelines.
We recommend and affirm the wearing of masks by anyone who wishes to. Among us there are caregivers, people with compromised immune systems, children for whom a vaccination is not available and those who simply feel safer in a mask. Masks continue to be a good way to protect oneself from disease.
One side of the sanctuary (the pulpit side) will be reserved for socially distanced seating, and if you sit on this side, you must wear a mask.
Pre-registration is not required to attend worship at this time.
We will continue to offer optional online and on-site registration for those who wish to be contacted should we have a positive case identified in our community.
We ask that all worship attendees check in with our worship hosts as we will NOT have attendance pads in the pews, and worship attendance is one way we care for one another.
Did I hear you say what is Messy Church?
It is a quarterly inter-generational worship service which emphasizes being together (fellowship), making things together (creativity & service), eating together, and celebrating God together through preaching, music, and prayer.