About Us – The United Methodist Church

Contemporary Service,

Fellowship Hall:

Sundays @ 9 a.m.

Sunday School,

Classrooms:

Sundays @ 10 a.m.

Traditional Service,

Sanctuary:

Sundays @ 11 a.m.

Combined Service

followed by potluck

5th Sunday @ 10 a.m.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to be a community that welcomes all people into life-changing 
relationships with Jesus Christ.

What We Believe

The United Methodist Church strives to open hearts,
opens minds, and opens doors through active engagement with our communities and the world.
We place emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action.

WE ARE A FAITH-FILLED PEOPLE
WHO WELCOME EVERYONE
AS WE LIVE IN A NEW RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD IN CHRIST.

United Methodists are disciples of Jesus Christ who continue to heed the lessons
John Wesley taught his followers:
to live lovingly and justly as servants of Christ by healing the sick, feeding the hungry, caring for the stranger,
freeing the oppressed; being a compassionate presence,
and working to develop social structures that are consistent with the gospel.

Explore the ways we are serving throughout the world in different ways.

Basics of our Faith

United Methodists affirm the faith shared by all Christians,
with particular emphasis on God’s grace and on Christian living.
These introductory pages will help you discover what it means to be a United Methodist.

United Methodist Church Vision and Mission Statement

The United Methodist Church’s mission statement is “to make disciples of Jesus Christ
for the transformation of the world.” The statement reveals the basics that constitute UMC. They include:

1. Love of God and neighbor.
2. Transform the world

The first learning that UMC (United Methodist Church) emphasizes on is a major message that started with John Wesley. The Church indicates that the two are inextricable, and this is what it strives to share through its teachings and actions
in society. The
indiscriminate approach towards people in need is one of the many ways that UMC satisfies the first part in its mission statement. To transform the world, UMC believes

in individual awareness and rediscovery through faith and prayers. The denomination emphasizes that the personal self is the basic unit of goodness, which can then be shared with others to change the world.

The Vision of the New Mexico Annual Conference

(NMAC) is to create relevant, passionate,

life-changing churches.

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