Beliefs

Wildwood is a compassionate church connecting people to Jesus Christ and one another.

ENGAGING WORSHIP
Regular participation in corporate worship is foundational to the health and vitality of ever Christian. Thus we make no apologies for encouraging every Christian to be in worship with other believers at least once weekly. Our church sees worship as central to the healthy heartbeat of its people.

RISK –TAKING COMPASSION NEAR AND FAR

LEARNING TO LIVE LIKE JESUS
Every Christian is connected to the heart beat of God when they are involved in a ministry that demonstrates the love, grace, community, and power of Jesus Christ and His word into the church and the world. In this way we are able to give back to others, volunteer for ministry and change the world.

EMPOWERING ALL GOD’S CHILDREN FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW

ACCEPTING AND AUTHENTIC
The New Testament church met in homes & small groups to equip one another, teach, nurture, support, encourage, hold accountable, confess, celebrate, and pray. Specifically, we believe all Christians need to be regularly involved in a small group or Sunday School class where they can enjoy the love, grace, community, and power of Jesus Christ and His Word into their soul.

As United Methodists
...we believe that God's grace is made evident in our life from birth to death, and all of life's experiences in between. When we join together to receive Holy Communion, we welcome everyone to this table of God's unending love and grace. When children are born and presented to the congregation for baptism, we enter into covenant with God and one another to faithfully participate in the spiritual development of the child. As adults come to the Christian faith, many for the very first time, we celebrate when we can enter into covenant relationship with adults through the Sacrament of Baptism. For more information about The United Methodist Church, visit www.umc.org

At Wildwood, we believe that anyone is worth everything to God!
This belief emerges out of the call upon United Methodists to share God's love and grace found through the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. As United Methodists, we believe that God's grace is made evident in our life from birth to death, and all of life's experiences in between. When we join together to receive Holy Communion, we welcome everyone to this table of God's unending love and grace. When children are born and presented to the congregation for baptism, we enter into covenant with God and one another to faithfully participate in the spiritual development of the child. As adults come to the Christian faith, many for the very first time, we celebrate when we can enter into covenant relationship with adults through the Sacrament of Baptism.