Membership at Reveille



When we join the United Methodist Church, we pledge to support it with our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness. By engaging in these areas, we help deepen our spiritual life and put our faith into action.

All adults who are discerning membership are invited to take part in opportunities to learn more about our church, like Pizza with the Pastors, the Gifts, Passions, and Strengths class, or the United Methodist Beliefs class.

Pizza with the Pastors is a great opportunity to get to know our pastors a little better, take a tour of Reveille’s campus, and enjoy lunch. Upcoming Pizza with the Pastors events will be on August 18, September 29, and November 17. To RSVP, please contact Minister of Adult Ministries, Kelley Lane.

Gifts, Passions, and Strengths is a class focused on discovering the gifts God has given you to serve your family, your community, your church, and the world. If you are transferring from another church or a Reveille member looking to learn more about serving, this class is for you. The class will meet, September 15-November 3, 9:30 am, in the Reveille House parlor. Register Now

United Methodist Beliefs is a class for visitors new to the United Methodist Church or to church in general. The class will cover the history and theology of the United Methodist Church. Class dates are September 15, 22, and 29, 9:30-10:30 am, in the archive room. Register Now

New members will be invited to join on select Sundays throughout the year.

Complete and return your Faith Journey Record.

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In The United Methodist Church, baptism is considered a holy sacrament. We believe baptism is the movement of God in a child’s life and a public profession of the child’s parents or caretakers to raise the child in a Christian home. Our church family also makes a public promise to help raise the child in the ways of God through faith, devotion and love. More Information


Each year, Reveille offers a confirmation class for youth in eighth grade and above who have not yet been confirmed. More Information