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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… Continue Reading Hurricane Ida takes out church buildings

Anti-racism campaign marks one year

Anti-racism rally

Anti-racism work in The United Methodist Church has been officially underway for a year. Upcoming initiatives include an anti-racism social justice agenda, more educational materials, and an Advent devotional series.

Council urges no new bishops

Council of Bishop's chair Cynthia Fierro Harvey

The Council of Bishops wants to postpone electing any new bishops in the U.S. and slow down adding more bishops in Africa.

Churches hit by Hurricane Laura

Hurricane Laura damage to University UMC in Lake Charles

“You know how the [United Methodist] connection is so wonderful,” remarked one pastor whose church took a big hit from Hurricane Laura.

Bishops celebrate connection

Council celebrates connection on Zoom.

120 bishops from around the globe held their first-ever virtual meeting. They celebrate new ways the church is in ministry during the pandemic.

Louisiana, one week later

“We experienced 1000-years of rain in two days,” explains Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey. Here’s how to help.

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