An Oklahoma pastor says that a study of the United Methodist Social Principles is healing during “a time of deconstruction and destabilization” caused by COVID-19.
Across the United States and the state of Michigan, United Methodist churches are registering voters ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
Labor Day. Time for the traditional cookout. It’s also time to celebrate the American worker and the United Methodist Church’s strong support of fairness, safety, and respect in the workplace.
The Social Principles now head to General Conference for approval after eight years of study, writing, and reflection. They are a significant expression of the Wesleyan commitment to social holiness.
A revised statement of United Methodist Social Principles is headed to the 2020 General Conference. The Rev. John Boley compares the current and the new expressions of Wesleyan social piety.
Labor Day, celebrated in the U.S. on the first Monday of September since 1894, means a long weekend for many. But the holiday is dedicated to fairness and justice in the workplace.
The United Methodist Social Principles encourage the followers of Jesus and John Wesley to build a different kind of world than the one we have now.
Traverse City Central United Methodist Church is in ministry with neighbors two blocks from the church in the County Jail.