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BOOM honors Rev. C. Anthony Hunt
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As the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry brought forward its report to the Annual Conference Session Oct. 25, they took the opportunity to thank and honor the Rev. C. Anthony Hunt, who has led the board since 2016.  Recognizing his contributions as a leader and his deep expertise as...

Bishop proclaims: "We are One!"
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The diversity, faithfulness, hope, and glory of the Baltimore-Washington Conference were on display Oct. 25 as members gathered online to celebrate the opening of its 237th Annual Conference Session. The focus was “we come,” as individuals and churches shared songs, art, prayers...

Laity called to rise up and revive God's gifts
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The lay people of the Baltimore-Washington Conference joined together in a spirit of enthusiasm and promise, Oct. 25 in the online annual laity session. They were welcomed by Delores Martin, the Conference Lay Leader, and Linda Flanagan, the Conference Director of Lay Ministries, as they...

Q&A with Rev. Mary Johnson
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The Rev. Mary Johnson, a retired Elder in the Baltimore-Washington Conference, recently announced her intention to live openly as a transgender woman. She shared some of her thoughts to questions posed by the BWC Communications team for a story published on Oct. 11.

Q&A with Bishop Peggy Johnson
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Bishop Peggy Johnson pastored in the Baltimore-Washington Conference and was episcopal leader of the Peninsula-Delaware and Eastern Pennsylvania conferences before retiring in September 2021. She is the spouse of the Rev. Mary Johnson, who recently shared her story of transitioning to a...

At Terp HUB, Slowing Down is Protest
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By Neal Christie  Where do student’s find a community that welcomes all?  "The HUB was a main source of love and support that I needed as a young adult away from my home church. We adapted well to the pandemic and were very aware and responsive about the current events...

Bishop shares vision and hopes at regional listening sessions
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By Melissa Lauber  The people of the Baltimore-Washington Conference must “keep the main thing the main thing: we are followers of Jesus Christ, tasked with the transformation of the world,” Bishop LaTrelle Easterling told more than a thousand United Methodists in eight online...

Student grows in the ‘Wesleyan Way’ at Howard University
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By Neal Christie When the Rev. Alexis F. Brown began her journey as the campus minister in 2016 with the Wesley Foundation at Howard University, she really didn’t imagine that The United Methodist Church could offer her the opportunity to serve at a prestigious institution like...