Wesleyans believe in one God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and the Savior of all who put their faith in him alone for eternal life.
We believe that those who are made new in Christ are called to be holy in character and conduct and can only live this way by being filled with the Lord’s Spirit.
We believe in the Bible and its sufficiency to establish our faith and conduct.
We believe God wills for people everywhere to know him and be made new in Christ.
We believe that the purpose of the Church is to worship God in spirit and in truth, and to reach a lost and fallen world with the gospel of Jesus Christ through its worship, witness and loving deeds.
These terms describe the “soul of the Church:”
Biblical authority, Christlikeness, Disciple Making, Local Church-Centered, Servant Leadership
We are a part of the Wesleyan Church. We know that denominations can, for some, be confusing or exclusive. We believe the Wesleyan Church is truly a movement rather than a denomination. So much so that we spent several weeks during the message series "We Are" talking about what being Wesleyan means. (Watch the series HERE). The video below, produced by the Wesleyan Church, shares a bit more about that from a larger perspective as well.