Adult Studies

The alpha course is for all those wishing to answer the big questions in life. Watch for the next course in the banners on our front page.

Men’s Breakfasts

The men of our church understand the importance of maintaining and developing fellowship among members of the community of Huntington Beach and surrounding areas. If you are looking for a breakfast fellowship with prayer and a guest speaker sharing their story, watch the front page for the quarterly “God is Enough” men’s fellowship/breakfast. ┬áThere is a small fee for the cost of the breakfast but no charge for the fellowship.

Sunday Service

God calls us to be a loving and growing church reaching out and sharing the Love of Christ in the community. We believe God is calling us to introduce Christ to those we encounter and to nourish them and ourselves in faith through his Word. We invite all adults to join us for a service of music, prayer, and God’s message on Sunday mornings starting each morning 10 am. After each service, coffee, juice and snacks are shared in Gisler Fellowship Hall or the church courtyard depending on the weather.

Communion Sunday is held on the first Sunday of each month. If you have accepted Christ or are thinking of dedicating your life to Jesus please come share in this special supper with us as we remember our savior. The juice represents the blood and the bread represents the body of Christ.

On the third Sunday of the month we take time in our worship for healing. A healing of the spirit and healing of the body; taking time to speak about and pray for healing.

The table of Holy Communion is Christ’s table, not the table of The United Methodist Church or of our congregation. The communion table is open to anyone who seeks to respond to Christ’s love and to lead a new life of peace and love, as the invitation to the table says.

Our Book of Worship says, “All who intend to lead a Christian life, together with their children, are invited to receive the bread and cup. We have no tradition of refusing any who present themselves desiring to receive” (page 29). This statement means that in practice there are few, if any, circumstances in which a United Methodist pastor would refuse to serve the elements of Holy Communion to a person who comes forward to receive it and Christ’s love in their life.

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