Since 1901, our congregation has provided a faithful witness to the love of God as expressed through the Methodist tradition. Our congregational community is comprised of many ages, single persons and families. We heartily seek to include all who want to put faith into action for the greater glory of God.
In 2008, we became a Reconciling Congregation. We welcome all God's children regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We believe that all people are entitled to full participation in the life of the United Methodist Church, both in policy and practice.
The Education Committee invites everyone to attend a light luncheon on January 8 following the worship service. During this first Faith and Life offering of 2017, we will be celebrating Epiphany when the wise men brought gifts to the baby Jesus. We ask you to bring small gifts for a baby, but more practical ones than gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Some suggestions might be baby lotion, a book, knitted cap, socks, or baby wipes. You are, of course, welcome to bring a gift even if you cannot stay for lunch. During lunch we will also tell about some upcoming programs planned for Faith and Life in January and February.