Our Vision

Our dream is to be a community with open hearts, open minds and open will as we
become:
▪ stronger through various styles of worship;
▪ deeper through discipleship;
▪ warmer through unconditional welcome, fellowship
▪ richer through radical inclusion;
▪ broader through ministry to all ages and stages of life;
▪ and larger through intentionally inviting others on this journey of faith.


Book Study Registration – White Fragility: Why it’s so Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin Diangelo

Event Timing: Wednesdays starting June 24 and ending July 30 – at 12:00 to 1:00 pm or 7:00 to 8:00 pm ET via Zoom – link here

Facilitated by: Hewitt Holmes, Maya Douglas, Susan Eagle, Karen Hilfman, Kirsty Hunter, Jeffrey Dale and William Haughton

Sign-up here or with one of the facilitators as space is available for 35 people, so as to make small group time meaningful and able to have brave conversations about racism in the Church and Society/World.

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View an Executive Summary of the proposed Constitution here

View the full Constitution (Working Document) here

Via Zoom – Link here

Meeting ID: 831 6257 7825

Password: 883201


Celebrating 180 Years of Service

Collier Street continues to be a vibrant and diverse congregation with many active members at all ages and stages of life. Yet, we will need continual renewal in our midst of the zeal for serving God that motivated John Wesley and the early Methodists. They knew rightly that God calls us into existence not to serve ourselves but to reach out beyond our walls and share the good news of Jesus with our community and society, that God’s Kingdom might truly exist in our midst. By grace, God has been at work among the people of this congregation for over 180 years. May such grace continue to be evident at Collier for another 180 years to come. Read more about our history.