Westport Free Methodist Church

Westport Free Methodist Church began back in 1895. The church has, from it’s beginnings, sought to communicate that all people have a place to find family together. The second Pastor of the church (in 1898) was Pastor J.W. Commodore who was African American with a Caucasian wife. The third Pastor was Pastor Lottie Babcock. All accounts are that she was a remarkable woman of faith. These early leaders are indicative of our desire, from the beginning, to throw off Religious Institutionalism and instead to be a movement of Faith, Hope and Love.

For the last several years we have sought to reconnect with our wider community in ways that we once had long ago. We desire to be the first call that people make when they have a need themselves, or know of someone in need. We are thankful to partner with our local schools and service agencies to meet the real, felt needs of our whole region.

We invite you to join us on a Sunday at 10:30 AM where you will find a full Safe Spaces Kids program (infant to Grade 6) and a warm inviting atmosphere. Please contact us any time if you have any needs at all.

Our Vision Statement is to be “A Welcoming and Inspiring place, where Christ-followers are Renewed and Equipped to Make and Difference in their communities.” We strive to live this out at all times and invite you to join us in exploring faith and life together.

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