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Our Values

Christ Centered
We declare and confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; our only means of salvation.

Bible Based
We believe the Holy Scriptures are inspired by God and are inerrant in their revelation.

Holy Spirit Empowered
We believe that the Holy Spirit is an equal part of the Holy Trinity
and works through believers to further God’s will for each person and nation.

Relational
We see church as family. We care, we share, we hope, we love.

Faith in Action
Taking the Good News of Jesus Christ to the world in prayer and action.

 

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To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world is the mission of the United Methodist Church. John Wesley, one of the founders of the Methodist Church, and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis continues to be a hallmark of United Methodism today. Emmanuel UMC is part of the Confessing Movement within the United Methodist Church and confesses Jesus Christ as the Son, the Savior, and the Lord.
 
 
 
 
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Each One Reach One 

Each One Reach One

We will be a people making lifelong disciples who share God’s hope by intentionally sharing Christ in our community and beyond. Our dream is about one person investing their lives in another person. It is about each and every person-adult, youth, or child reaching out to our community.

 

 

History

Established 1967
Union Chapel United Brethren Church and First United Brethren Church of Noblesville joined to reach the needs of their growing community. In 1968, our church became Emmanuel United Methodist Church. The first services were held in September of 1970. Today we gather as a group of diverse individuals trying our best to be the disciples God has commissioned us to be.