Here at SWC we believe that you change communities by changing lives.
Getting together and talking with others helps you feel connected and supported. Regular conversation creates clarity around issues we are facing as individuals, families, and a community. Important and life enhancing discussions develop into efforts, ministries, to address specific needs and goals. Together, we can change the world.
Our ministries reflect the diversity of needs in our community. A ministry gets people together in a way that creates positive change for us all. We believe in honest conversation about life including its deepest component – a lived out faith. You don’t have to be a United Methodist or even a person of faith to benefit from knowing and living into the teaching of Jesus who said, “Follow me” to fishermen and farmers, lawyers and leaders, prostitutes and people just like us.
Life is meant to be lived – experienced in ways that enrich individuals, families, circles of friends, and communities. Throughout history holidays and festivals have brought us together to make memories and encourage one another. Birthdays, anniversaries, and graduations celebrate the value of every individual, the value of family and community.
Public and private worship does the same thing. Our aim is to help us become the best possible version of our self. Pastor Jerry teaches from the Bible about issues facing us locally, nationally, and globally. It’s about transformation, not just information, as we take an honest look at who we are and lean into who we want to be as individuals, families, and a community.
The ministries SWC has today are not enough. We need you to come alongside and make a difference in the issues you care about, both locally and nationally. We need to partner with every organization in our area with a goal of making life better for all. Kick our tires on Sunday morning or at a ministry event. Have a conversation with pastor Jerry about how you can help make a difference – experience a life worth living and create a legacy worth leaving.