753 McNabb Street, Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario.
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BELIEVE
CORE VALUES
DISCIPLESHIP

We welcome everyone to join us in journeying towards wholeness in Jesus. This journey includes nurturing, grace, and love filled accountable relationships that are developed through our Sunday morning contemporary worship experiences, small groups, and other ministries.

PRAYER

Prayer is a conversation with God. Yes, God wants to have a conversation with you! And we love helping people experience the connection God has waiting for you through prayer.

scripture

Scripture is God's word to you today and we are excited to help you unpack its truth.

worship

Worship becomes our lifestyle as the presence of the Holy Spirit develops in us. A growing worshipper of God is identified as being loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle and self-controlled.

COMMUNITY

We love the Sault so we strive each day to love and serve those around us in our daily lives as well as through special service initiatives. We are also thrilled to care for people around our world. Our movement is particularly invested in ministry development projects in Cambodia, Ghana, Niger and Sri Lanka. 

CHURCH

Church is not a building or location but a people. We are a church that involves the gifts and passions of our individuals and families. Regardless of your age or stage in life we're confident you will feel at home and fit right in with us.

IDENTIFIABLE PATTERNS IN OUR BEHAVIOURS
Connectional

Because we are “catholic in spirit,” we are connectional locally, nationally, globally and interdenominationally.

Balanced worship

Because we are “orthodox Protestant Christians” with an appreciation for tradition, reason and experience, our worship is warm (spontaneous) but ordered (employing the Scriptures and the sacraments), balancing the holiness (transcendence) and the love (immanence) of God.

A passion for evangelism

Because we are “evangelical” with a love for all people, we have a passion for evangelism. Methodists are innovative and flexible in the adaptation of evangelistic methods.

A passion for Jesus that results in personal holiness

 Because we love Jesus passionately, we believe in sanctification and are passionate about personal holiness. “Justification gives us the right to go to heaven while holiness alone makes us fit for heaven.” (Victor Shepherd explaining Wesley.)

A passion for social holiness and justice for all

Because we believe in “eschatalogical responsibility,” Methodists experience anguish at ever increasing affluence (and the concomitant spiritual deterioration and unwillingness to make sacrifices for others) and are committed to actually helping as salt and light in the world.

A passion to learn and to know God

Because we believe that God can be known intimately in a personal relationship, we are keen to know Him and to understand what He created and His interaction with His creation.

Ministry of the laity

The clergy is respected but Methodists insist that every Christian is God’s minister, gifted by the Holy Spirit to serve.

Mutual accountability

These are necessary for encouragement, correction, and edification in order that a person can make progress in spiritual maturity.