Woodlake UMC seeks to make the love of Jesus accessible to people of all races, colors, national origins, ethnicities, ages, genders, disabilities, economic conditions, sexual orientations, gender identities, or religious affiliation. We affirm that no identity or culture has more legitimacy than any other. We affirm all persons as equally valuable in the sight of God. We therefore work toward societies in which each person’s value is recognized, maintained, and strengthened.
Check the Virginia UMC Conference webpage for ways United Methodists are gathering online and in-person to do the difficult work of dismantling racism. Find an event to attend or watch the video of one that has already occurred.
A Dialogue on Police Reform, Community and Law Enforcement in Virginia.
The first of several discussions between VA UMC Bishop Sharma Lewis, Attorney General, Mark Herring and local Sherriffs.