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Membership

"Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some [is]; but exhorting [one another]: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching."    Hebrews 10:25

wpid-000021762Here at Christ Church, we do not push anyone to become a professing member of the church. We are a church family, brothers and sisters in Christ, no matter what our official membership status. However, there are reasons you may want to become a professing member.

In the United Methodist Church, there are two kinds of members - Baptized and Professing. Baptized members are those persons who call this their church home and have been baptized into the Christian faith. Professing members are baptized members who have publicly professed their faith and taken vows to uphold our church and its ministries.

Why become a professing member? Some may consider it a step forward in their discipleship. When taking the vows of membership, a professing member is "bound in sacred covenant to shoulder the burdens, share the risks, and celebrate the joys of fellow members." A professing member assumes upon his or her self the responsibility to regularly share in the life of the congregation through their prayers, their presence, their gifts, their service, and their witness. In addition, the United Methodist denomination requires that if one is to serve in certain leadership positions or have a vote on Administrative Board or Charge Conference, he or she must be a professing member.

Please talk with Pastor Pat if you would like to become a professing member.