What We Believe

Core Beliefs

As a United Methodist church, we align doctrinally with the Articles of Religion contained in the United Methodist Book of Discipline. These articles originated in the 16th century with Martin Luther and were modified and adapted in the 18th century by John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement.
We express our faith through the classic Creeds of the Christian Church, including the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed. We begin worship every Sunday by reciting the Apostles' Creed.

Our "Four Commitments"

What we believe is related to our sense of mission and vision. We are intentional about efforts to make and grow thriving disciples. We conclude each worship service by reminding ourselves of four basic commitments that we consider to be critical benchmarks for a thriving and growing disciple of Jesus Christ.


A relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior 


An infilling of the Holy Spirit  


To be engaged in telling your story 


To be actively involved in at least one area of ministry offered by our church 

Although these four commitments do not completely describe the Christian journey, we are convinced that they are critical landmarks to deepen our relationship with Jesus.

To see how you can become engaged with our "Four Commitments" at Lost Creek, please check out our 'Get Involved' page with the link below.