“Transformed lives transform lives,” is the new vision statement that will guide the Baltimore-Washington Conference into this next season of equipping and inspiring churches to make disciples for the transformation of the world.
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By Christie Hoffman*Special to the UMConnection Youth workers and ministry leaders listen to Daniel Barnett during a time of worship at the recent training event and retreat, held Wesley Freedom UMC in Sykesville. Photo by Christie Hoffman. Youth workers from across the Baltimore-Washington...
Plans are underway for a July 1 start to pilot an innovative model for Campus Ministry. In place of a single, full-time campus minister, a three- to four-person ‘Ministry Hub’ of young adult interns will provide ministry leadership. Read more.
The first-ever United to Love Youth Moral Courage award was presented at ROCK 2019, and our Erik Alsgaard has the story.
More than 4,000 youth and their leaders gathered in Ocean City Feb. 8-10 for the 25th anniversary of ROCK, a retreat all about experiencing God's love. Erik Alsgaard has the story.
In a dramatically new way of pursuing God’s kingdom, the Baltimore-Washington Conference has issued its inaugural batch of $39,600 in Missional Innovation Grants to 10 recipients.