Indian Falls United Methodist Church
United Methodism took form as an organized church as a new republic took form in America. The 1700s was a century of remarkable promise for freedom-loving people everywhere. The church’s structures parallel those of an entirely new kind of government – for the people, by the people. Church leadership – across the connection – is shared by legislative, executive and judicial branches. The highest legislative body – the only unit that can speak for the church – is the General Conference, an assembly that meets every four years to chart the future missions and ministries of the church. It is composed of delegates – equal numbers of laity and clergy – elected by annual conferences throughout the United States and around the world. Annual conferences respond to the missional needs of their regions by developing programs and ministries that carry out the work of Christ.
Speak many languages and live in many countries with many difference cultures, ethnic traditions, national histories and understandings of Christian faith and practice.
People of faith into our churches and especially people who are searching for answers to life’s tough questions, because we know what it’s like to feel alone, unsure… to need a welcoming place with open hearts, open minds and open doors.
Is to Live the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to be God's love with our neighbors in all places.
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