Who We Are
For over 60 years, we have been blessed to see God work in amazing ways through King's Way UMC! What started as a small church, has become a place for many people to worship Jesus Christ and experience God's unfailing love.
Lives are being transformed through the work of God's people here at King's Way. We would love for you to join us as we lead people to Jesus Christ for transformation of the world by encountering, loving and serving God and others.
To lead people to actively follow Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world by
encountering God and others, loving God and others, and serving God and others.
Our Core Values
- People are created in the image of God. No matter how broken or distant a person is from God, we are all created to reflect the image of God.
- People matter to God - all people. God intends for us to see all people the way He sees them and treat all people with dignity, love and a servant's heart whether or not they believe the same thing we do.
- God's word, The Bible, is a living voice. God speaks to us primarily as we listen to him through Scripture, His living voice. This is our guide and structure as a congregation, our teachings and the foundations of our individual lives.
- We must reach out to people and not wait for them to come to us. We are to be actively inviting, reaching out and going to seek those who are far from God.
- Life is meant to be done together. We need each other to encourage us, challenge us, pray with us, serve alongside us and hold us together.
- Mentoring is a crucial process in making active followers of Jesus Christ.
- Living out our mission is to be done with consuming joy! Life will always present us with pain and difficulties, but because of the power and presence of God in our lives, there can be joy that overwhelms the darkness.
The United Methodist Church
King's Way United Methodist Church is a part of the 12.3-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds and opens doors through active engagement with the world.
John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.