In light of President Trump’s call for churches to open immediately, it is important that we remember to first be a people who are committed to love and wisdom before we consider regathering.
Jon Sato, Assistant Superintendent for Administration of the Free Methodist Church in Southern California (FMCSC), reflects on the last seven years of working with and leading a remote ministry team.
The novel coronavirus outbreak has required us all to think differently and embrace innovation in our ministries. It’s time to think differently about Annual Conference, too.
The Free Methodist Church in Southern California wants to help you meet the needs of your congregation by providing a series of videos with lessons and tips from online video veterans.
Superintendent Fraser Venter encourages us all to bring God’s love and hope to people around us that may be feeling confused or frightened during this time of increased infections from COVID-19.
In September, pastors and leaders from across Southern California gathered to pray, worship, and share each other’s burdens in community.
What does it mean to be “all in”? This year, at an all new Free Methodist Experience, our new Superintendent team asked us to consider what it means for each ministry and church to include, involve, influence, and increase. Watch their keynote messages online today!
The fruit of seeds sown, freedom to fail, and a big “yes” in faith: hear stories from our first Superintendent Team nominee town hall.
Kevin Mannoia shares with the Free Methodist Church in Southern California (FMCSC) how the many streams of the Christian faith impact the world in important ways and how the Free Methodist stream can bring healing to a hurting world and open up lines of communication that bring people to God.
Rev. Tara Beth Leach shares with the Free Methodist Church in Southern California (FMCSC) how God works through us in spite of our expectations and asks if we are open to God moving in us to live out his hope for the world.