Whether you're a lifelong Methodist, or a guest in search of a place, we have ministries for you. You can visit the service. We have an open heart, open doors, and open arms to welcome him. Here you can learn more about us. The available options are: Learn from our clergy, and staff who serve the Church. * Get to know our history, and recent past. * Visit, and worship with us. * Location Map and Directions. * Find out what we believe, and what we value. * Find answers to frequently asked questions. * Subscribe to our weekly online newsletter. The Scriptures are our main source of Christian doctrine. Biblical authors testify to the self-revelation of God in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Also God's work of creation in the sanctuary of Israel, and the ongoing work of the Holy Spirit in human history. - Tradition - Our attempt to understand God did not begin anew with each generation, or anyone. Our faith is not the same time, or the leap from the New Testament as if nothing can be learned from all Christian thinkers, and preachers in between. Learning there are traditions in many cultures, but Scripture remains the standard by which you judge all traditions. Reason: Although we realize that God's revelation, and our experiences beyond the grace of God to follow the scope of reason, we also believe that theological work requires discipline for the careful use of reason. Because we read and interpret Scripture. Because whether our Christian witness is clear. Because they ask questions of faith, and understand God's action, and will. We believe in the living God. Christianity is not just a series of lessons or a list of do's and don'ts, or feelings. Faith is first a living relationship with God through Christ, and is real to us by the Holy Spirit. This relationship of love transforms us, and we know that we are something. "We believe in love, God first as a gift, which is free, and not as a reward if well deserved, then act as a requirement of the love of God with love of God, and all others, and finally as a power to be like Jesus."