Assistance is needed to help set up the Loffler Senior Activity Center for Community With A Cause Worship Services.
Help is always appreciated at The Agape Club.
Also, once you become a church member, there are many other roles that you can hold that help with the operation of the church.
We are an open church who accepts all persons. Prior to becoming a church member, we invite you to click the link below to learn more about what we believe as a mission congregation of the United Methodist Church. Please contact Pastor Don if you are interested in becoming a member of the church.
Growing in your Faith
Whether you are new in your belief of God and haven't yet began a relationship with Jesus, or have started your journey and looking for the next steps, or have been a Christian for a long while and want to go deeper in your relationship, we want to assist you. We can provide you resources, make referrals or connect you with others that can mentor you.
Overcoming Everyday Struggles
It is our vision to become a community of believers who support each other in our day to day struggles and life challenges. Through the relationships established in the worship services and social events, congregation members will be able to share their struggles and get advice from caring and compassionate friends.
We perform the sacrament of baptism using United Methodist Church guidelines. We believe that in baptism God initiates a covenant with us, announced with the words, “The Holy Spirit works within you, that being born through water and the Spirit, you may be a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ.” This is followed by the sign-act of laying hands on the head, or the signing of the cross on the forehead with oil. The word covenant is a biblical word describing God’s initiative in choosing Israel to be a people with a special mission in the world, and Israel’s response in a life of faithfulness. The baptismal covenant calls us to a similar vocation. Please contact Pastor Don if you want to learn more about baptism.
From A United Methodist Understanding of Baptism by Mark C. Trotter. Copyright © 2001 by The United Methodist Publishing House