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BRIGHTER DAY MINISTRIES
202.889.3660 phone
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A.P. Shaw Campus
2525 12th Place SE
Washington, DC  20020

Bradbury Heights Campus
4323 Bowen Road SE
Washington, DC  20019

Congress Heights Campus
421 Alabama Avenue SE
Washington, DC  20032

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Mission & Vision

OUR MISSION
Our Mission is to know God; cultivate a right relationship with Him; and live, grow and serve as Christian disciples.

OUR VISION
We envision this cooperative ministry as a vital, vibrant, visible and growing community of faith, passionately modeling the life of Christ through significant healthy relationships with believers, unbelievers and seekers.

WHAT DO WE BELIEVE?

About the United Methodist Church...
Methodism was founded in 1729 by John Wesley, an Anglican priest, in England. Baltimore became the cradle of Methodism in America in 1784 when the church was officially organized at a conference during Christmas at the Lovely Lane Meeting House in Baltimore. After several splits and mergers, The United Methodist Church was born in 1968 when Methodists merged with the Evangelical United Brethren.

United Methodism is a mainstream Protestant religion. It is distinctive in its emphasis on grace being available to all people. United Methodists combine personal holiness with social witness and action, believing that the love of God is always tied to love of neighbor, a passion for justice and renewal in the life of the world.

United Methodists are a connectional people, linked together across the globe in their organization and financial life, and in collective prayer, witness and service.

WHO WAS JESUS CHRIST?
Jesus Christ is the one who died for our sins so that we may have life. Because of this wonderful act of love, we dedicate our lives to the five of purposes of the church which are: Worship, Ministry, Evangelism, Baptism and Discipleship. Jesus Christ lives in us through the Holy Spirit.