Prayer & Meditation
Prayer and meditation are essential. In a world where we are all addicted to being busy, regular prayer can help us break our habit of selfishness — and instead, open up and listen to what God is saying to us.
Worship is one way we express our love for God and give thanks to Him. Through regular worship, God teaches us through His word, draws us closer to one another, and transforms our lives.
Service helps us build relationships with those in our community. Scripture teaches that if we want to experience God, if we want to serve Him, if we want to commune with Him, then we need to be in a relationship with those less fortunate than us.
What are you looking for?
Purpose. Meaning. Connection. We are a neighborhood church built on finding and discovering relationships with God and one another. Whatever you’re looking for on the path of life, we’re here to walk with you and grow with you.
Learning in Small Groups
Learning enables us to grow in our faith. Studying together opens us to the lives of others — others who are struggling with the same questions and issues — and builds the body of Christ by connecting people.
Giving opens up our hearts and hands to serve Christ and our community in new ways. Regular giving of our money, our resources and our time help us to recognize that our love is meant to be a gift to others and not a treasure that we hoard for ourselves.
What is our mission?
To make new disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
What is a reconciling congregation?
As a reconciling congregation, we believe that everyone is worthy of God’s love, plain and simple. More specifically we declare:
We at the Country Club United Methodist Church welcome and affirm into the full life and ministry of our church people of every race, ethnicity, age, faith history, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, family configuration, physical ability, mental ability, educational status, and economic status. We celebrate the gifts that God sends through the diversity of God’s people and declare ourselves to be a Reconciling Congregation.