History of United Methodist Church

The United Methodist Church has a long and rich history dating back to the 18th century. Our denomination was born out of the Wesleyan tradition, and we have always been a church that is committed to social justice and outreach. We have always strived to be a welcoming and inclusive community, and we continue to work towards being a more perfect union. Our history is one of growth and change, and we are proud of our heritage.

Today, the United Methodist Church is a global denomination with over 12 million members worldwide. We are a church that is committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We believe that God calls us to love our neighbor, care for the poor and vulnerable, and work for justice and peace. We are a church that is seeking to be in ministry with all people, and we invite you to join us on this journey. Thank you for taking the time to learn about the United Methodist Church. God bless you!

If you would like to become a member of the United Methodist Church, there are a few things you need to do. First, you need to attend a worship service and fill out a visitor’s card. Second, you need to participate in a new member class. This class will help you learn more about the church and what we believe. Third, you will need to make a profession of faith and be baptized. Once you have done these things, you will be officially a member of the United Methodist Church!

The United Methodist Church has a long and proud history of leadership in the denomination. Our leaders have always been committed to our core values of faith, unity, and service. They have also been committed to innovation and change, which has kept our denomination relevant and thriving.

Today, the United Methodist Church is led by a diverse group of leaders who are committed to our core values and to making our denomination a more inclusive and welcoming place for all people. We are proud of our leaders and their commitment to our church.

Prayer is an important part of the United Methodist tradition. We believe that prayer can be a powerful tool for transformation and healing. We offer prayers for individuals, families, and communities in times of need.

We also believe that prayer can be a source of strength and comfort. In our prayers, we often seek guidance from God, and we ask for strength to face the challenges of life. We also use prayer to give thanks for the many blessings that God has given us.

If you would like to learn more about United Methodist thoughts on prayer, please visit on Sunday for more information. We hope that you will find them helpful as you continue your own journey of faith.