At Mesa View United Methodist Church we believe that just as we are reconciled to God through Christ Jesus, so too are we called to the ministry of reconciliation. We believe all people are created in the image of God and are recipients of God’s love, grace and forgiveness. We believe the Kingdom of God is not divided or segregated, and so we are called to embrace and welcome the diversity of our neighborhood and the world. We seek to represent that diversity in our community of faith.
As we journey on our path of reconciliation, we embrace all who have known the pain of discrimination and exclusion within the church and society. We welcome and invite persons of every age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, marital status, family situation, nationality, physical or mental ability, religious background, political affiliation, or life circumstance, to participate in the worship, life and ministries of Mesa View UMC. We do not seek to erase our differences, but to embrace them and to always remember that while we may not all think alike, with the power of the Holy Spirit, we can all love alike.
As a community of reconciliation, we covenant to pray for one another, be present for one another, support one another, bear one another’s burdens, be of service to one another and work together in our faith journey towards greater love, understanding and mutual respect and to be a witness to those activities in the world. With God’s help, we will seek to live into the radical hospitality and love that God demonstrated to the world, and that we are called to embody in the Good News we declare.