Living Hope - Kuna United Methodist Church
Friday, July 30, 2021
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

So, you've heard our slogan/motto/promise somewhere? 
Perhaps on television... perhaps a personal invitation to visit our Christian Community?

The People of the United Methodist Church.  Who are we?
A diverse community... all persons are welcome in the United Methodist Chuch!
Biblical in Faith ... United Methodists trust free inquiry into matters of Christian Doctrine.  Our faith is guided by Scripture, tradition, experience and reason.  Of paramount importance is Scripture!  For United Methodists, the Bible is the record of God's people living out God's promises.  We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God; and all that is necessary for salvation is contained in the Bible. 
Evangelical and Connectional ... Today in the 21st Century, The United Methodist Church continues - and expands - its robust evangelical heritage.  Each congregation is a vigorous center of biblical study and evangelical outreach.  And each congregation is linked in a covenant community of faith across the connected congregations.
Sharing God's Gifts ... United Methodists have believed, from the beginning, that each of us is called to participate in the outreaching ministry of Jesus Christ.  John Wesley and our other evangelical forbearers saw our work in the simplest, plainest terms:  Do all the good you can, in all the places you can, to all the people you can!
Sharing God's Love ... We support worldwide ecumenical and educational ministries.  For generations United Methodists have cooperated with other churches to spread the Gospel, care for those in need, alleviate injustice and foster peace around the world.  We reach beyond our own churches and communities to share God's love with people of many faiths.
Socially Concerned, Personally Involved ... For more than 200 years, The United Methodist Church and its predecessors have worked to help the poor, the sick, the orphaned, the aging, the oppressed and the imprisoned.  Our church participates in the struggles of women, people with physical and mental challenges, and racial and ethnic minority persons, helping them to attain equity and equality in the church and in society through responsible social action.
If you want to know more about us... you should come and visit!
Click on Our Location for more information and a map to find us in Kuna, ID