Who we are
We are a team of change-makers who believe in God.
The Methodist Church is a worldwide faith community that inspires hearts, enlightens minds, and initiates opportunities by vigorously participating in worldly affairs. The primary objective of The Methodist Church is to nurture followers of Jesus Christ for the betterment and transformation of the globe.
Being a Methodist signifies actively participating in this mission by integrating faith and love into practical actions. We hold the belief that God’s love encompasses all humanity and we play a role in manifesting that affection. Thus, the Methodist tradition gives priority to God’s mercy and service to others. We have faith that Jesus Christ is the epitome of God’s love—revealing the extent of God’s concern through Jesus’ teachings, death, and resurrection.
The origin of the Methodist movement can be traced back to 18th century England, initiated by John Wesley. His doctrines on pragmatic divinity (the application of our faith) and his persuasive appeals to logic and experience shape significant facets of current Methodist practice.
We extend an invitation for you to delve deeper into our profound theological legacy in the subsequent sections.