World Communion Sunday, October 4, focuses attention on the universal and inclusive nature of the church, challenged but standing strong.
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.
Many United Methodist churches celebrate Communion once a month. But the Lord’s table stretches around the world on this Sunday in October every year and blesses scholars.
For 20 years, a Michigan couple, Ann and Morris Taber, traveled from Ypsilanti to Zimbabwe in support of Africa University.
The United Methodist Student Day Offering supports students so that they can attend school and prepare to make a difference in the world.
Giving on World Communion Sunday helps provide scholarships for national and international graduate students God has gifted to learn and to serve.
An ‘Excellence in Clergy Leadership’ scholarship is now available to those attending UM seminaries.
Michigan students benefit from scholarships coming from gifts to the Student Day Offering.
United Methodist Student Day is celebrated on November 29. This special offering empowers the next generation of learners.
Around the globe, countless gifted and qualified people face financial obstacles that hinder them from preparing for the vocation God has given them, especially youth and young adults. For ethnic students who will be the first generation in their families to attend college, or for those people of color who haven’t historically had access to… Continue Reading Equiping world-changers