More than a quarter of the leaders who negotiated the proposed Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace through Separation say they can no longer support the proposal.
At the Mujila Falls Agricultural Center in Zambia, there is a critical relationship between the food that is grown and raised and the mission work done in the community.
This Sunday, June 19, is Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Find ways to honor this day in your congregation as we live out the… Continue Reading UMs celebrate Juneteenth
The Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai was endorsed for episcopal election by the Michigan Annual Conference on June 3, 2022. The next North Central Jurisdictional Conference will meet on November 2-5, 2022.
The Council of Bishops (COB) is expressing its appreciation following the Judicial Council’s ruling that the COB is authorized to set the date to elect bishops in 2022.
Working with three other aid organizations, UMCOR is collaborating to send medical supplies to Ukraine.
A gift to Haitian Assets for Peace International (HAPI) is among the $13 million in grants made by the General Board of Global Ministries during their spring meeting.
This report tells how UMCOR and partners — International Blue Crescent, Hungarian Interchurch Aid, and others — are providing food, shelter, and relief to those suffering in Ukraine.
Andy Hendren, CEO of Wespath, the benefits and investment agency of The United Methodist Church, states, “Wespath is ready to support you through any changes.”
According to the Gun Violence Archive, the U.S. has seen 202 mass shootings this year so far. United Methodists are responding to killing in New York and California.