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Would Jesus carry?

“I am sick at the thought of someone shooting people in church,” says this Michigan pastor.

Churches think safety after shootings

The massacre at a Texas Baptist church has United Methodist churches re-focusing on security.

Bishop’s pastoral letter

Bishop David Bard turns to the gospel to frame thoughts on the tragedy in Sutherland Springs, TX.

Shooting raises security concerns

As prayers continue for shooting victims, churches raise questions about their own safety.

Caring for saints in Texas

United Methodist clergy offer counsel and organize special services after 26 are killed at small-town Texas Baptist church.

United Methodists and gun sense

A panel brings together pastors and law enforcement officers to talk about gun violence.

Caring in Las Vegas

Desert Spring UMC in Las Vegas is partnering with the community response to tragedy.

Michigan UMs become advocates

Michigan couple at summit on gun violence shared about their daughter’s life and murder.

Connecting on gun violence

The United Methodist Board of Church and Society holds advocacy-focused Faith and Guns Forum on Capitol Hill.

Taking on gun violence

United Methodist Pam Simon was shot with U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords. Now they team up as advocates against gun violence.                                                           

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