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Wesley Free Methodist’s Mission

      … Love God

        … Love others

                        Lead people to a growing relationship with Christ

   

Wesley Free Methodist’s Vision

At the heart of our ministry are four simple words:
  • Communicate
  • Celebrate
  • Cultivate
  • Connect

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Communicate

We are committed to being a church that communicates the love of Christ; a church that unchurched people love to attend; a place of grace, healing and acceptance.   We see a place where hurting people find hope, where people in the midst of life’€™s storms find refuge, where the rejected find acceptance, where the condemned find mercy, where the unlovable find compassion, where the discouraged find courage.  (Romans 15:7)

 

Celebrate

We are committed to celebrating the freedom and forgiveness we have in Christ through worship.   We recognize that worship is a lifestyle, not just a service.   Our lives should reflect the difference Christ has made in us. (Rom. 12:1-2)We see a place where the people are passionate about worship, and experience the miraculous, life-changing power of the presence of God every week.

 

Cultivate

We are committed to cultivating growth emotionally, personally and spiritually through educational opportunities, classes, small groups and counseling settings. (Hebrews 6:1)   We see a place where people are developed into Christlike maturity through Bible studies, discipleship classes, mentoring/accountability relationships and leadership development.   We see a place that meets the needs of the community by offering ministry and classes to help people with finances, family problems and more.   We see a place where people struggling with the shackles of addiction can find the freedom that only Jesus Christ can bring.

 

Connect

We are committed to connecting with each other, recognizing that Christ-centered relationships create a sense of unity and belonging.   (Psalm 133:1)We see a place where people care for each other’€™s needs; where the phrase ‘€œchurch family’€ is more than just a term or description, but a way of life; where relationships are easily formed because trust is paramount; where unity is protected at all cost.