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23 Crossgates Dr.
Brandon, MS 39042
USA

601.825.8677

We are a community of United Methodists called to love others the way God loves us as we worship, grow, and serve

Our starting point is God's grace that is poured out on us before we are ever aware of God's presence in our lives. We believe that God loved us enough to become one of us in Jesus Christ to show us how to live and how to love. We believe that Jesus conquered our sins and even death itself through the power of the cross and resurrection! We believe that as we learn to love others the way that God loves us, we grow into the people God created us to be!

Our Beliefs

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We believe that we are a Community Called to love others the way God loves us!

Our starting point is God's grace that is poured out on us before we are ever aware of God's presence in our lives. We believe that God loved us enough to become one of us in Jesus Christ to show us how to live and how to love. We believe that Jesus conquered our sins and even death itself through the power of the cross and resurrection! We believe that as we learn to love others the way that God loves us, we grow into the people God created us to be!

Our founder, John Wesley modeled and stressed the importance of doing acts of piety and acts of mercy as essential to living as people of faith. Acts of piety are simple things like worshiping, praying, spending time in Scripture receiving Holy Communion, belonging to a “society of Christians to hold us accountable”; things we do to keep us centered on God and growing in our faith. Acts of mercy are acts of compassion, the things Jesus told us to do, “feed the hungry,” “clothe the naked,” “visit the sick and imprisoned,” “take care of the widows, widowers, and orphans,” “offer shelter to the stranger.”

Martyn Atkins, general secretary of the British Methodist Church says, “Acts of piety and acts of mercy are like two wings of a bird; without either one, we cannot fly.”  We cannot bear witness to hungry people and not give them food, but offering food is not all we’re called to do. We must let them know that they are tasting the Bread of Heaven in the food that we offer them, we must let them know that we feed them, because Jesus feeds us.

We encourage everyone to engage in at least one act of piety and one act of mercy so that we “soar on wings like eagles; run and not grow weary, walk and not faint” because our “hope is in the Lord who renews our strength.”  Isaiah 40:31