Holy Communion

Communion is a means of grace offered to all. We come to the table, and the Holy Spirit comes to us wherever we are in our journey. All professing Christians are welcome to the Lord’s Table. As we pray, Christ is present with us; His grace in present to us so that we can be formed into the Body of Christ redeemed by His Blood.

We celebrate Holy Communion at least monthly – usually the first Sunday – in worship. We receive the Eucharist by intinction (dipping the bread into the cup).

For those members who are physically unable to attend Communion services in person, we can bring it to you, allowing you to share connection with the Church. If you know of someone that is unable to come to church because they are hospitalized, are in a nursing home, or are homebound, please contact us to arrange a Circuit Rider to visit.


In this sacrament, God uses the basic and common element, water, as a means of divine grace. Baptism is the vehicle God uses to wash you and lay claim to your life.

Baptism is celebrated in the presence of the congregation and marks the initiation into the Body of Christ. It is the act of God through the grace of Jesus Christ and the work of the Holy Spirit.

We administer Baptism for infants, small children, and for those old enough to profess their own faith. Click here for more about Baptism in the Methodist Tradition.