Church Membership

Anyone can attend a United Methodist Church! Whoever shows up can participate in worship, receive communion, and join in our service ministries. Membership goes much deeper. Membership requires our active participation in a local congregation. When we become members, we profess our faith in God, our desire to live as disciples of Jesus Christ, and commit to join with our church community to keep the vows made at baptism. The vows we make include promises to faithfully participate in the life and ministries of our local congregation through our prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. We make a vow before God and one another to support each other in this journey of faith and service of Jesus Christ.


The Christian faith was never intended to be a solo journey. The first followers of Jesus came together for teaching, meals, prayers, and more (Acts 2:42).  Being a member means becoming as much a part of the church, the body of Christ, as our limbs are members of our own physical bodies. Just as our bodies are formed in the waters of the womb, so we become part of the body of Christ through the waters of baptism.

The best way to learn about membership is to attend worship and get to know us.  For more specific information, please contact our church office to make an appointment to meet with Pastor David Piscatelli. You can use our contact form or call our main number.