Come join our Sunday Morning Services
Where people gather to worship and share
Surround yourself with people who make you hungry for life, touch your heart, and nourish your soul.
9:30 am Worship Service
A time of music, prayers, and sharing. It includes a variety of musical styles and the format is primarily meditative. The service generally is about 45 minutes in length. Communion is served at on the 1st Sunday of each month.
A rich worship experience for people from all age groups and church backgrounds this community worship time offers a blend of traditional, contemporary, and popular musical styles.“Time with Children” is an important part of this worship service. Children gather for a special message and then proceed to Sunday School.
Nursery care (for infants to children 4 years old) is offered free of charge during both Sunday morning services. This service is located in the Education Building on the south side of the patio.
OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS, AND OPEN DOORS.
Coffee and snacks are provided in the Social Hall between our Sunday services. Take time to socialize and get to know the people of the church. A wonderful opportunity to discover our various church ministries and upcoming events.
how to become a member
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PROFESSION OF FAITH
The United Methodist Church recognizes baptisms of other Christian traditions because we believe baptism is a one-time occurrence. If you have been baptized, but have not made a profession of faith as an adult; or you were once a member of a church where you professed your faith but have lost track of your membership, you will make a public profession of faith.
BAPTISM AND PROFESSION OF FAITH
If you have not yet been baptized, in order to join the church, you will be baptized and make a public profession of faith. It is typically done in the context of a regularly scheduled worship service because the congregation plays a critical role in the life of the person being baptized.
TRANSFER OF MEMBERSHIP
If you are transferring your membership from another denomination or from another United Methodist congregation, La Mesa First will write your previous church for a letter of membership transfer.
BECOME AN ASSOCIATE MEMBER
A member of another denomination, residing away from home for an extended period, who attends a United Methodist Church, may be enrolled as an associate member. The associate member may hold office, but may not become a voting member of the church council. The associate member is considered a member of the home church.
BECOME AN AFFILIATE MEMBER
A person residing away from home for an extended period who is enrolled in a nearby church for fellowship, pastoral care, and participation in activities. The affiliate member may hold office. The affiliate member is reported as a professing member of the home church only.