By unanimous vote, members of the 2017 Baltimore-Washington Annual Conference approved the 2018 expense budget of $18.4 million. Of that amount, $14.3 million is budgeted to be received by apportionments, the connectional system of giving used by the church to support mission and ministry around...
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The image of bread was central in the message given to those commissioned, ordained and readmitted June 1, as Bishop LaTrelle Easterling presided at her first such worship service.
The image of bread was central to the message given to those commissioned, ordained and readmitted Thursday night, as Bishop LaTrelle Easterling presided at her first such worship service.
As the new Baltimore-Washington Conference Secretary, Cynthia Taylor brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the conference and United Methodism to the table.
You would never know it from her enthusiastic approach to life, but you could say that Delores Martin is the Reluctant Conference Lay Leader.
J. Philip Wogaman, who was going to celebrate his 60th anniversary of his Elder’s ordination next month, unexpectedly turned in his clergy credentials to Bishop LaTrelle Easterling Wednesday afternoon during the BWC’s clergy session.
During the overnight hours of Friday, May 19, someone spray painted “666” on the church sign of Locust UMC in Columbia. A person jogging by just after daylight saw the satanic symbol and alerted the church’s pastor, the Rev. Jane Wood.
The mission of The United Methodist Church is to "make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world." But, how do you know when you've made one... a disciple, that is? We talked with the Rev. Steven Manskar, from Discipleship Ministries in Nashville, Tenn., about that very question.
The mission of The United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. One place that is happening – a lot – in the Baltimore-Washington Conference is the Retreat and Camping Ministries (RCM) area.
An estimated 200,000 people converged on Washington, D.C., April 29, for the Peoples Climate March. United Methodists added their voices to the march, which addressed the crisis of global warming, and protested what many see as policy changes by the Trump administration that will harm the...