Welcome to Fremont United Methodist Church. Traditional Sunday Worship 9:00 am. We are located at 351 Butterfield St, Fremont, MI. A stepping stone to faith, love, and community.
Fremont United Methodist Church
Thursday, May 30, 2024
A stepping stone to faith, love, & community
        Open Hearts
        Open Minds
        Open Doors
        The People of the
    United Methodist Church

Who We Are

We are the people of Fremont United Methodist Church
We believe in –
    making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. 
We live by two kinds of holiness. 
     · Personal 
     · Social
We follow three simple rules. 
       · Do no harm.  
       · Do good. 
       · Stay in love with God. 

We work in three areas of focus. 
      · Faith
      · Love
      · Community 
History of Methodism & Beliefs
John Wesley and the early Methodists were particularly concerned about inviting people to experience God’s grace and to grow in their knowledge and love of God through disciplined Christian living. They placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today. We invite you to learn more about our rich theological heritage.
Theology is not just about God. It is also about us. We live out of our understanding of who we are in relationship to God, to one another, and to the world. The Christian faith is grounded in the love and grace of God, experienced through Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit. The Christian life is our response to God’s love and grace.
The church calls our response to God Christian discipleship. Discipleship focuses on actively following in the footsteps of Jesus. As Christian disciples, we are not passive spectators but energetic participants in God’s activity in the world. Because of what God has done for us, we offer our lives back to God. We order our lives in ways that embody Christ’s ministry in our families, workplaces, communities, and the world.
To learn more about the history and beliefs or Theology of Discipleship, please refer to The United Methodist Church website.