Better Together

We were never meant to do this alone.  We have imperfect messy lives, but we are pursuing and experiencing a transforming relationship with Jesus and with each other. Our goal is to lead people in a growing relationship with Jesus. We try to do this with every interaction we have - whether on Sunday mornings at our services, or at any of our many ministries and outreaches. Everybody is welcome here, whatever your story, your questions, doubts or struggles. We’re all about being together in community, being intentional about our growth as people and serving one another and our community along the way.

What Do Methodists Believe?

With Christians of other communions we confess belief in the triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This confession embraces the biblical witness to God's activity in creation, encompasses God's gracious self-involvement in the dramas of history, and anticipates the consummation of God's reign.

The created order is designed for the well-being of all creatures and as the place of human dwelling in covenant with God. As sinful creatures, however, we have broken that covenant, become estranged from God, wounded ourselves and one another, and wreaked havoc throughout the natural order. We stand in need of redemption.

" ... Because God truly loves us in spite of our willful sin, God judges us, summons us to repentance, pardons us, receives us by that grace given to us in Jesus Christ, and gives us hope of life eternal."

John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of  Methodism today.  We invite you to learn more about our rich theological heritage.

Our church is a member of the South Georgia Conference of the Global Methodist Church, and

we adhere to Wesleyan Doctrine as expressed in traditional Methodism throughout the history

of the United States. For any questions regarding theology or doctrine, please review the

FAQ page or call the pastor for more information (912) 384-4404.