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Asbury crossed an ocean to save souls

Francis Asbury statue

In 1771 Francis Asbury crossed the Atlantic Ocean to take Methodism to the New World. On September 12, people on both sides of the Atlantic commemorated the 250th anniversary of his historic journey.

World evangelism active during pandemic

Evangelism not stopped by pandemic

In this time of a global pandemic, World Methodist Evangelism has adapted its work of equipping people to share Christ’s love.

Change lives on UM Men Give Day

UM Men Give Day coming soon

October 18, 2021, is the third annual United Methodist Men Give Day. They invite you to join them in transforming the lives of men and youth around the world.

Connection kicks in after Ida

Hurricane Ida destroys churches in wake

Louisiana and the Northeast were hard-hit by Hurricane Ida. United Methodists from around the nation are coming together to support each other. 

UMs help with Afghan resettlement

Afghan family flees country

United Methodist churches across the United States are offering radical hospitality to Afghan families caught in the aftermath of a 20-year war.

Vaccination named missional priority

Vaccination around globe

The Connectional Table, a United Methodist leadership body, calls denomination to address COVID-19 vaccination inequities as a “missional priority.”

Black churches are resilient

Black churches active during pandemic

The Rev. Candace M. Lewis, Gammon Theological Seminary president, lauds the innovation and adaptability of Black congregations in coping with COVID-19.

Special Sunday raises up new leaders

World Communion Special Sunday is Oct. 3

October 3, 2021, is World Communion Sunday. This offering supports a diverse mix of national and international ethnic young adults to make a global impact for Christ.

NCJ Conference to be virtual

North Central Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church

Bishop David Bard announced today, on behalf of the NCJ College of Bishops, that the Jurisdictional Conference will be a virtual gathering rather than in-person in Fort Wayne, IN.

Hurricane Ida takes out church buildings

Church damaged by Hurricane Ida

Bishops Cynthia Fierro Harvey has been without electricity or internet since the storm. But she’s had enough reports to know that United Methodist structures in southeast Louisiana took a hit from Ida.