To share God’s love and give Him glory.
In Christ, we will build healthy relationships in our Church family and community, meet needs, share Christ and equip everyone to fulfill God’s purpose.
Our Core Values:
- The chief end of all people is to glorify God
- Anointed teaching is the catalyst for transformation in peoples’ lives
- All people matter to God and therefore must matter to the church
- The calling of complete commitment to Christ and His cause is for every believer
- Christ-followers should manifest authenticity and long for continuous growth
- The church should function as a unified community of believers with all people exercising their spiritual gifts
- Loving relationships should be a part of every aspect of church life
- Life transformation happens best in small groups
- Prayer is a priority and an awesome privilege, both privately and corporately
- Excellence glorifies God and inspires people
- The church is to be led by those called and gifted with leadership
History: the Methodist movement
In the 1700’s, John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, lived and taught the message of hope in Jesus Christ. He viewed both his congregation and the whole world as his parish. The lives of hundreds of thousands in England were transformed by the life-giving power of faith in Jesus Christ.
In 1860, a group of North American Methodists renewed Wesley’s vision to transform the world, person by person through the message of God’s saving grace, calling themselves Free Methodists.
Free Methodists are committed to the authority of the Bible and to the life of the Spirit. We seek to allow God to shape our whole lives – attitudes, thoughts and relationships. Free Methodists seek to help people find new life in Christ and to live lives of loving integrity. We are also committed to the great Biblical principle that all believers are participants in God’s purposes. Our church is eager to help people discover how they can know God and serve others in a meaningful way and so bring about transformation in our world.
What We Believe
Trulls Road Church is a member of the Free Methodist Church in Canada. Our commitment is to the following articles. We invite you to also visit the website for the Free Methodist Church in Canada.
The Articles of Religion are the official doctrinal statements of the Free Methodist Church worldwide. The term “Articles of Religion” came to Methodism through John Wesley’s adaptation of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England.