We Are Browns Point

United Methodist Church

Wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome here. We seek to be a house of prayer for all people, where we worship God and proclaim the reconciling Gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to be transformed by the love of Jesus Christ and share that abundantly with other.

  • We believe each person is wonderfully made as a beloved child of God.
  • We seek to make our church a place of hospitality for everyone in our diverse community. 
  • We serve those in need as we work together for justice and mercy.
  • We strive to be good stewards of the earth.
  • We are a reconciling congregation, which means our hearts, minds and doors are always open to people of all ages, abilities, races, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, economic and marital status.

United Methodist Values

To state it simply, we believe and practice with an emphasis on: 

God's grace, 

Open Communion, 

Acceptance of ALL people, 

A strong Scriptural foundation,

Church fellowship, 

An emphasis on mission and outreach

in the local community

Implementing God's Dreams  Strategic Plan - 2019 to 2023

Four Goals of the Strategic Plan

  • Foster Community Outreach and Partnerships
  • Build a community of Faith for Generations To Come
  • Become a Multi-generational and Diverse Community of Faith
  • Promote Leadership Development

Next Step!

Circle Gatherings to Implement God's Dreams

We will be gathering a number of different “sharing circle” groups to listen to your ideas about how we might live out God's dream for our church. 

Here is the next date for the gathering. Sign up via the connection card.

  • Wednesday October 2nd 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

The circle process is a long-established means for groups to use to discern direction, listen to needs, and to experience the life-giving presence of the Holy. 

For the circle process to work well, it requires facilitation that is not driven by an agenda or desired outcome. Openness to any number of outcomes is required. In this sense the facilitation of the circle process does not embody “leadership” but, rather, one of listening, affirmation, and engagement of others. This is how we will implement the strategic plan.