Church History?

A brief history of Wesley Church of Hope and the United Methodist Church.

Methodist Traditions?

The Christian calendar and Holy holidays marking the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ.

The Bible?

Both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible serve as sources of primary guidance for our faith.

Sacraments?

The United Methodist Church recognizes two sacraments – baptism and communion.

Starting Points?

When you need encouragement and refreshment for your soul, turn to these Scriptures and topics.

Your Personal Spiritual Gifts?

While all of life is a gift from God, these twenty gifts are lifted up within Scripture as the gifts of the Spirit, given specifically for the upbuilding of the body of Christ.

Discipleship?

Discipleship involves a ministry of outreaching love and witness to others concerning Christ and God’s grace.
Spiritual Gifts continued

Spiritual Gifts


EVANGELISM
The gift of evangelism is the gift of faith-sharing and proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ to those we meet. Read More


EXHORTATION
The gift of exhortation is manifest in people who offer encouragement, wise counsel, unflagging support, and empowerment. Read More


FAITH
The gift of faith is more than belief in Jesus Christ, but an abiding foundation of confidence that God works all things together for good, and that they people of God can rise above any obstacle. Read More


GIVING
The gift of giving is the deep commitment to provide whatever resources are needed to support God’s will and plan. Read More


HEALING
The gift of healing is not about transferring spiritual power to eliminate suffering and disease, but the ability to channel God’s grace and healing love to those who suffer physical, emotional, or spiritual pain. Read More


HELPING
Helping is a gift of support and behind-the-scenes effort that make groups, families, and congregations more effective. Read More


INTERPRETATION OF TONGUES
Those who are gifted to interpret tongues help build bridges across cultural, generational, and language divides. Read More