The General Council on Finance and Administration has released its updated Ministry Resource Guide, a free resource for United Methodist churches and ministries containing special offers, discounts, and programs from… Continue Reading Guide offers discounts, resources for ministry
For now, leaders of the General Council on Finance and Administration propose cutting the budget for denomination-wide ministries by nearly a third, starting in 2023.
The Commission on the General Conference is monitoring vaccinations, VISA availability, and virus related travel restrictions around the world as they continue plans for a 2022 meeting of the law-making… Continue Reading General Conference plans move ahead
The General Council on Finance and Administration learns of volatility in apportionment giving across the connection. Collection rates in the first quarter varied widely among the seven general church funds.
The Michigan Conference Council on Finance and Administration hires the Rev. Don Emmert as Interim CFO as they pause their search in collaboration with GCFA.
Encouraging news. COVID-19 has left a mark on giving to denomination-wide ministries. GCFA, however, is happy to report a slight rebound in July.
Are you having trouble navigating what GCFA calls “the muddy waters” of COVID-19 loans? GCFA hosts a webinar to answer your questions on Thursday, April 16.
Here are two national and global headlines that should not be missed as we respond to the coronavirus emergency.
Though dispirited following the 2019 General Conference, the people of The United Methodist Church rallied in giving to denomination-wide ministries.
United Methodist leaders project that at the present time at least half of the denomination lives outside the United States. However, the US delegates to GC 2020 remain in the… Continue Reading US membership dips below majority