At Pine Valley we open our doors to all walks of life as we build our Faith in God together as a community
Welcome, everyone to Pine Valley United Methodist Church!
We are so glad you have chosen to visit our website today as we worship the Lord together! We hope that you feel right at home.
Before you continue learning more about us, let’s read from the book of Revelation, Chapter 3, verse 20. It says, “Listen! I am standing at the door, knocking; if you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to you and eat with you, and you with me.” At Pine Valley, we welcome all those that seek the loving grace and mercy of God. We will break bread together as God broke bread with us.
With the recent events going on, if you are looking for a new home, as of October 1st’s disaffiliation vote, Pine Valley will remain United Methodist
Pine Valley United Methodist Church are disciples of Jesus Christ who continue to heed the lessons John Wesley taught his followers: to live lovingly and justly as servants of Christ by healing the sick, feeding the hungry, caring for the stranger, freeing the oppressed; being a compassionate presence, and working to develop social structures that are consistent with the gospel.
Pine Valley United Methodist Church, as a Christian community of faith, holds open its doors to all who seek the love of God. It is our purpose to provide spiritual nurture, fellowship and growth to those who would follow God. As the Body of Christ, we become the tools that manifest His love. Using our minds, bodies and souls we will create an environment of Christian love and service to all which will become an example that other will wish to follow. Our potential for improving our world is unlimited. God has empowered each of us to reach out to our church family, our neighborhood and our total community with love for all.
As a Christian community, we believe, teach, and follow a living and loving God who has revealed himself as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit for the salvation of his creation that includes us human beings.
Believe that God’s love and grace is available for all people who are created in God’s own image regardless of their physical, mental, and spiritual conditions,
Teach that we are called to imitate God’s love and grace in the way he showed us first through Jesus’ life, suffering, and death, and
Follow as Jesus’ disciples the teaching of the Scripture that had been written and has been taught through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
You have two hands. One to help yourself, the second to help others.
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something
Do you feel like family?