“We need to settle ourselves down and breathe and allow the breath of God to take us to this next stage,” said Bishop Thomas Bickerton, regarding complaints and church closings.
Those gathered in Alabama around a Traditionalist church considered a future that’s, “a season of messiness, a season of building, that’s also an opportunity.”
Global Ministries announces the new director of the United Methodist Committee on Relief is Lara S. Martin, effective Feb. 3.
Thousands of people around the world have lost the use of their legs through disease or war. Mobility Worldwide and the United Methodist Prosthesis Center bring them joy and freedom.
A panel of United Methodists and their chief mediator, Kenneth Feinberg, explain how the Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation plan was formed. Read more and view the video here.
Puerto Rico has trembled in a series of earthquakes over the holidays. Gifts to Advance #901670 will support relief efforts by UMCOR and REHACE.
The Social Principles now head to General Conference for approval after eight years of study, writing, and reflection. They are a significant expression of the Wesleyan commitment to social holiness.
Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai, chief connectional officer of The United Methodist Church, is among those sharing thoughts on the new plan for possible separation of The United Methodist Church.
On January 3rd, a diverse, 16-member team of church leaders, offered a separation proposal that would preserve The United Methodist Church while allowing traditionalist-minded congregations to form a new denomination.
Tawanda Chandiwana, one of three Global Mission Fellows detained in the Philippines in the summer of 2018, dies in Zimbabwe. He is remembered as a man of strong faith.