Workers in hard hats, Washington, D.C. government leaders, and people of faith gathered at 6100 Georgia Avenue Feb. 15 to celebrate at a topping out luncheon.
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What we celebrate, we become.
What do you have when you take 300 special guests, 325 volunteers, parents, aides, paparazzi, a former pro-football player, several stretch limousines, glowing faces, endless smiles and put them in a banquet hall with a dance floor?
As part of a Lenten observance, Bishop LaTrelle Easterling brought worship expert Marcia McFee to the Baltimore-Washington Conference. The sanctuary at Mt. Zion UMC in Highland was full on February 8 as McFee shared wisdom and advice and experiences of God.
United Methodists join people, churches, ministries, leaders, needs, causes and prayers together in a way that cultivates disciples and transforms the world. Because of that, United Methodists are strong in their discipleship.
In 1804 Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, were commissioned to explore the unknown territory that had recently became part of the U.S. as part of the Louisiana Purchase, and to find the waterway from the US through the western territory to the Pacific Ocean. The assumption was that what the...
Forty years ago, the Rev. Tom Kaylor of Frostburg UMC looked at the missions projects his and other area churches were involved in, looked at the needs within his own back yard, and noticed a disconnect.
BY LINDA WORTHINGTONUMConnection Staff “Churches Address the Opioid Crisis” was the topic as WesleyNexus held its sixth annual interfaith gathering at the Conference Mission Center Feb. 10, in recognition of Evolution Weekend. The Rev. Maynard Moore, founder/director of WesleyNexus...
Four youth from the Baltimore-Washington Conference boarded a plane in late December to join 17 other youth to spend 20 days discovering God’s Spirit at work in Cuba. The Mission of Peace is a journey to experience God’s extended family and learn how people live as disciples of Jesus Christ in...
As the Maryland General Assembly continues its work this year, one proposal would create a pilot program in Harford County allowing parishioners to bring concealed weapons into church.