Here you will find a few questions - and answers - sometimes asked about Linden Heights United Methodist Church, and the worldwide United Methodist Church. Just click your mouse on the question for a response. If you don't see your question asked here, or want more details to answer your question, please click here to email the Pastor.

Question: I am new to United Methodism. Is there a brief outline of Methodist beliefs?

  Question: Do you celebrate Holy Communion?    
  Question: What is the importance of baptism?    
  Question: I see that most Sundays you have a 9:15 a.m. "informal" worship service and a "traditional" 11:00 a.m. worship service each Sunday. What is the difference?    
  Question: What does the United Methodist Church say or teach about the issues facing the world today, such as the environment, the economy and the like?    

Here are some official and inspirational links that are useful and worth checking out from time to time.

United Methodist Church sites:

Bible Study pages:

  • Daily Bible Reading Guide- From the American Bible Society
  • Crosswalk – a site with 18 searchable translations of the Bible, plus commentaries, dictionairies and other study tools.
  • Bible Gateway – searchable translations available in many languages and other Bible study helps.


  • Hymnsite – the United Methodist Hymnal, The Faith We Sing, and links to a variety of sacred music sites plus much, much more for your inspirational listening.
  • The NetHymnal – more than 10,000 Christian hymns and Gospel songs from many denominations, many with lyrics, scores, history and photos.

Devotional sites:

  • The Upper Room – a daily inspirational devotion each day from one of the best known publications in the field. A United Methodist resource.
  • Daily Guideposts - Positive thinking Guideposts magazine brings you a new thought each day taken from a yearly devotional book.
  • Guideposts for Teens -- a devotional site for high school students with chat, free stuff and inspirational messages.
  • Guideposts for Kids -- Guideposts for Kids Central by that fun, fantastic, faith-filled magazine.