The Michigan Conference of the United Methodist Church has a long-standing covenant with the Methodist Church of Haiti. Several persons currently on the scene in Haiti report on present turmoil that makes mission with Haiti’s people difficult.
Legislation setting special exit provisions for any United Methodist churches that want to leave the denomination took effect last February, the church’s top court has ruled.
Council of Bishops President Ken Carter calls colleagues to work, with humility, towards the unity they promised in their consecration vows as bishops.
Prayers are needed for residents and responders as the threat of high winds is expected to fan fire raging at 11 locations in California.
Legislation for the revised United Methodist Social Principles has been submitted to the 2020 General Conference and is now online in seven languages for review and discussion.
The Young Adult Fellowship of the Liberia Conference believes that money given for education is a very significant investment in the future of The United Methodist Church in their country.
“We cannot throw away 200 years of relationships and history,” Thomas Kemper says, of the UMC’s long legacy of care for God’s people around the world.
Norma J. Kehrberg, a longtime missionary and first woman to lead a major Protestant disaster relief agency, died Oct. 6 at 81.
First in. Last out. As UMCOR and UMVIM begin response to Dorian, they continue to bring help and hope to those recovering from storms named Maria, Irma, Harvey, and Michael.
Hunger in the United States is affecting fewer households. It’s possible the world could be rid of it by 2030 through focused collaboration, according to the Bread for the World Institute.