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Partnering with God against the flood

Louisiana United Methodists put shoulders to work and offer shoulders to cry on as neighbors recover from flooding.

So much more

Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey reflects on the awesome significance of General Conference.

Adrian panel discusses Flint water

A panel discussion “What Can We Learn from the Flint Water Crisis” was held April 16 at Adrian College.

Pray for Ecuador

United Methodists are offering help and prayer to those impacted by the earthquake in Ecuador on April 16.

No disaster too small

As storms hit many states in the U.S., UMCOR brings immediate relief and supports long-term recovery.

South Carolina needs volunteers

It’s been six months since floods hit South Carolina but volunteers are needed for clean-up that could take three years.

What UMCOR means to me

Do you think UMCOR is at work with “them over there”? UMCOR is “us right here.”

Bishop visits Flint UMCs

MARK DOYAL Director of Communication, Michigan Area FLINT MI….Tucked in back hallways and stacked along the walls of nearly every room inside Lincoln Park United Methodist Church, Pastor Maurice Horne walks past hundreds of cases of clean drinking water.

Relief Kits go a long way

As she was volunteering at the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) Sager Brown Supply Depot in Louisiana last week, Cynthia Root reflected on how, when it comes to relief supply kits, a seemingly small contribution can grow into a huge blessing.

Ministry for the long haul

Thank you to the many people who have responded to Bishop Deb’s appeal for the Flint Water Crisis. 

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