Reconciling Ministries

Please join us during the month of February to listen to our “Stories of Love.” The Reconciling Ministries community is sponsoring this series between services so that we can listen to one another and to have conversation about our experiences as United Methodists and about our ministry to the LGBTQ community. We will meet in the chapel the first two Sundays and at the back of the sanctuary the second two Sundays from 10:10 until 10:55. We will hear from several different people about their perspective and history. Some of the storytellers include Kathy Johnson, Juna Spitz, Suzanne McMurchie, Peggy and Dick Muir and John Haase. Come join us to ask questions and to share your story as we look ahead to the future ministries of our church. Questions? Contact Lyn Berry.

The Reconciling Ministries Community within the United Methodist Church of Vista family welcomes and celebrates our human family’s diversity.
  • We recognize the sacred worth, dignity, and value to the body of Christ of all persons regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, ethnicity, physical or mental capacity, education, economic or marital status.
  • We welcome full inclusion of all people in the life and ministries of our church as we journey toward reconciliation through Christ.
Have questions about Reconciling Ministries?  Please speak with with Lyn Berry or Gary Lamb at (760) 726-0442.

Peace Pole Dedication at Mosque Masjid Alittehad

Peace Pole Dedication at Masjid Alittehad Mosque

A contingent of people from our church celebrated the installation of a Peace Pole at Vista mosque Masjid Al-Ittehad Saturday, November 18. Thanks to the congregation for the gifts to make it possible. It was a lovely afternoon of worship and fellowship, the first of gatherings to come.


“Love Our Neighbor”

  “Love Our Neighbor”
Aug 5, 2017
Our RM Community of UMC Vista participated in a “Love Our Neighbor” event at the Masjid Alittehad Mosque.  We participated in a question and answer session after hearing from Imam Yassir Qassim and Rev. Jason Coker, and experienced a prayer session with the First Congregational Church of Oceanside.  We had a delightful meal and met some wonderful folk.