We Are All God's Children
Saxapahaw United Methodist Church welcomes and embraces people from all walks of life. The richness of our diversity is evident as we worship the One God revealed to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We follow the teachings of the United Methodist Church, interpreting them within our own context. With John Wesley (the founder of the Methodist movement), we believe that the world is our parish. To that end our ministries extend beyond the doors of the church, into the community, and across the world.
We also believe, as Methodists, that we are constantly growing in our faith. To this end, we offer a wide variety of opportunities for people of all ages to learn and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Our Youth at Pilgrimage in Fayetteville
We Are A Loving Congregation
"My daughters and I started attending church upon the insistence of our wonderful Pastor. We continue to go because we found a wonderful community and a beautiful family." – Racheal (single mother)
"I love the way we love each other. I can depend on others." – Larry
"I hope we adopt a refugee family." – Cathy
"I feel like I am not different than anybody else in the church. I am not an oddity." – Donna (who is blind)
We Are A Faithful Congregation
"I love that we preach the gospel of Jesus Christ as available and actionable here and now." - unknown
"I love that the children and youth participate in worship." - unknown
"Here is grace and forgiveness." – Debbie
We Are A Generous Congregation
From January to September 2019 we gave...
$77,276.19 in Tithes and Offerings to God from whom all blessings flow for the ministries of this church
$5,354.00 to S.A.F.E. Food Ministry as we seek to end hunger in all its forms
$4,331.24 to the Pastor's Discretionary Fund to provide hope for some many people in need
$2,202.50 to the Snack Pack Ministry to help food insecure children in our community.
Of our time and energies, helping with the many ministries of the church in big and small ways
Gleaning with the Society of St. Andrews
The mission statement for Saxapahaw United Methodist Church:
To know Christ and to make Christ known though loving, learning, and serving.