What do we believe at Mt.Lebanon Community Church?
We are rooted in the Wesleyan tradition within the Global Methodist Church and we seek to uphold and proclaim the historic and apostolic witness to the core beliefs of Christian teaching. The above is a very brief summary, but for more comprehensive language we affirm the Nicene and Apostles' Creeds.
We believe in one almighty God, who has existed for all eternity in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We believe that Jesus Christ is fully God, who became fully man, born through the virgin Mary. We believe Jesus lived a sinless life and died for the sins of all, taking on himself the punishment we deserved. We believe Jesus rose from the dead conquering sin and death.
We believe the Holy Spirit is living and active in the world. We believe the Holy Spirit convicts of sin, reveals God’s truth and power, equips believers with spiritual gifts, and works to transform the lives of those who choose to follow Jesus Christ.
We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, is our primary authority, and contains all truth necessary for faith and life.
We believe human beings were created good and in the image of God, but that sin and disobedience has broken human nature. We stand separated from a perfect God when left to our own merit, but all can respond to God’s love and be restored in relationship with God as a gift of his grace.
We believe the church is made up of all those who believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. The church is called to be the ongoing representation of God’s presence in the world where people experience the reality of God through his people.
Meet our pastor
Pastor Amanda Blue is the shepherd in the community of Mt. Lebanon Community Church in Greenfield, Indiana. With a heart filled with joy, she embraces the divine calling to walk alongside God's flock, offering spiritual guidance, love, and unwavering support. Pastor Amanda's journey extends beyond the church walls, having previously served as an ABA therapist, demonstrating her commitment to comforting and aiding those in need. Currently, she also serves as a PRN chaplain at Hancock Health, further extending her ministry of solace and compassion to the wider community. With a strong educational foundation in Christian Ministry, including a B.A. from Lincoln Christian University and a Master of Arts from United Theological Seminary, Pastor Amanda continues to pursue her theological studies, dedicated to enhancing her understanding and skills in ministry through an MDiv program at Trinity Christian Evangelical University and Seminary. Her life embodies the essence of unwavering faith, empathy, and a genuine desire to uplift and guide God's people on their faith journey.