Global Migration Sunday is Dec. 3. High School senior Tacy Surrett from Asbury UMC in Arnold, turned her experiences with refugees into poetry.
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This advent, beginning on Dec. 3, Global Migration Sunday, join with Christians around the world in a clarion call for just peace. The United Methodist Church offers a witness for those working for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Korean-American United Methodists are adding their voices to the growing number of people calling on the U.S. government to tone down the rhetoric on North Korea. A recent conference in Washington, D.C., addressed the situation.
Resources are available to assist your church in planning for the unthinkable: an active shooter situation at your church
The Council of Bishops issued a pastoral letter to The United Methodist Church on Friday, Nov. 10.
The Council of Bishops have received sketches of three models from the Commission on the Way Forward.
Puerto Rico is rising up from the devastation of recent hurricanes, but the U.S. territory continues to need our help. Bishop Hector Ortiz shared that message Nov. 6 with the UMC's Council of Bishops.
The Baltimore-Washington Conference's United Methodist Women held their annual meeting in late October and while celebrating their 150th anniversary, heard a challenging sermon from their bishop.
Mission trips for many are a one-time “help the people out” adventure, in which the volunteer “giver” is often blessed beyond what the "receiver" is. But for one church, it’s a win-win situation of mutual benefit.
The Wesleyan Political Theology Conference, held at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., Oct. 26 and 27, asked, “What would John Wesley do in our political climate?”