Methodist Church wants to be a bridge builder between human being and God by proclaiming faith, hope, love and salvation, so that we could contribute with our words and deeds, serving society by helping to alleviate physical, emotional and spiritual problems in it.
EMC works with children, including children from low-income families and children with disabilities; is involved in rehabilitation of alcohol addicts and substance abusers, and serves in chaplain ministry in prisons, Estonian Defence Forces and Estonian Defence League. Methodist congregations are involved in distributing food and clothes for families in need and offer pastoral counselling.
Besides social work activities, there are subdivisions in EMC that work in other areas as well: there is a camp centre; an institution providing higher education in theology, committee working on publishing literature, a Christian bookstore and many other. Our work is driven by the conviction that every man, woman and child is dear in the eyes of God and deserves love, attention and care.