At Creekwood United Methodist Church, we help people get connected and grow in their relationship with God. Each individual has his/her own next step, therefore Creekwood offers a variety of ways to make that next step. You may want to attend a small group on Sunday morning before or after worship. Your next step may be joining a Bible study or interest group. You may want to get involved in the many mission opportunities that are available. Through worship, studies, missions, and other church activities, you can find a connection, make a next step and deepen your relationship with God.
Join us for lunch with the Pastors:
Throughout the year, we offer opportunities for our guests to get to know our pastors and staff and to learn more about the church. If you're a guest, we hope you'll plan to join us soon at one of these events. Simply RSVP to Pastor John Thornton.
Sunday, May 21, 2017, at 12:30 p.m.
How to join Creekwood United Methodist Church
If you belong to another United Methodist Church:
Following Lunch with the Pastors, if you decide to join Creekwood UMC, just let us know and we will write the United Methodist Church holding your membership and request a transfer for you.
If you belong to another denomination:
Following Lunch with the Pastors and your decision to unite with the United Methodist Church and join Creekwood UMC, we will write the church holding your membership and request a transfer. The United Methodist Church honors baptisms from other christian denominations, so you will not be baptized again.
If you are not a member of any church and you have been baptized:
You may join by "profession of faith." You will be invited to take the vows of church membership when you attend the New Member Classes.
If you have never been baptized:
You may be baptized during a morning worship service. Once baptized, you will then take the vows of church membership, joining the church by "profession of faith."
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Contact Pastor John Thornton for more information.