Bishop LaTrelle Easterling's words to the nearly 5,000 youth at ROCK 2018 ring true for all of us: God has a plan for your life.
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The moderators of the Commission on a Way Forward are urging United Methodists to engage in reflections on where they see mission at the heart of the denomination as well as seeing mission as significant for resolving conflict.
Is there an intersection between faith, science, and ministry? If so, where? A recent convocation sought some answer.
United Methodist churches can now be listed on Guidestar data base.
As allegations of sexual misconduct rock Hollywood, the media and the U.S. government, United Methodist leaders acknowledge that the church also has seen such abuses of power. The Council of Bishops and Commission on the Status and Role of Women have released a statement responding to the #MeToo...
On Martin Luther King Day, Bethesda UMC and Chevy Chase UMC came together to make more than 20,000 meals, bound for Peru.
Thousands of volunteers came to Glen Mar UMC Jan. 15 for a Day of Service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Katherine Jean Rodeffer, 87, the wife of the Rev. Robert K. Rodeffer, a retired Elder, died Jan. 14. Her Celebration of Life service was held at Emmanuel UMC in Beltsville, Feb. 10. Katherine Jean Bodmer Roddefer, known as Jean, was born Aug. 29, 1932, to Mary Katherine Shumate Bodmer and...
"We are called to choose decency, love, and justice. Words have power. We must hold ourselves and our leaders accountable for our words and the actions they inspire." -- Bishop Easterling
The Council of Bishops speaks out speaks out against President Trump's "offensive" remarks against immigrants