We believe that God is love and that God loves all people unconditionally.
We believe, as Christians, that Jesus is the decisive revelation of God embodied in a human life.
We believe that God intends for people to be whole and fully alive, and that Christianity offers a way to fulfill this intention.
We believe that humanity is inherently diverse and that differences are to be honored.
We believe that Christianity is one faith among many and that Christians are called to respect all persons and other faiths and spiritualities.
We believe that Holy Communion is a gift offered to all, without restrictions or requirements.
We believe that our faith calls us to serve others, to work for social justice and to care for the environment.
We believe, as United Methodists, that faith is grounded in Scripture, tradition, reason and experience, and that Scripture is a chorus of voices that sometimes disagree.
We believe that the United Methodist motto of ‘Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors’ is true to God’s vision and to the life and teachings of Jesus and includes all people regardless of race, class, ability, family composition or sexual orientation, or any other barrier to a sense of belonging.