Founded in 1878, we are one of the oldest congregations in Medina County. For 125 years, our facility was located next to the library, one block south of the Medina square.
In 2003, after a seven year project we moved to our new facility on 16 acres of secluded natural beauty.
The faces have come and gone. The pastors have come and gone. Medina has changed dramatically. Our core values, founded on the American frontier in 1803, remain unchanged and intact.
"For faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."
Our congregation began as an act of faith and was grounded in our belief that each and every person is on a unique and deeply personal spiritual journey.
We yearn, we dream, we desire. We believe that God (love) is the often hidden object of that yearning. That if we seek we will find. That, if we ask, it will be given
By sharing our love in community, by sharing our journey with others, we learn more about ourselves, about our purpose in life, about the wonder and beauty of the creation, about the very heart of God.
We understand that this process can be tricky, that life is a great mystery to be slowly and gently unraveled.
Finally, we believe that sacrificial love and service to others helps us to unravel that mystery, to discover our deepest and truest nature.