On World AIDS Day, December 1, The United Methodist Church supports love and acceptance, resources, treatment, and eradication of stigma for those living with HIV/AIDS.
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 majority.
Dwayne Bagley shares a lesson, from his days at Albion United Methodist Church. Carrying the light of God’s love into the world may be messy but it is what humans are called to do.
United Methodist responses to the annual wildfires in California include immediate help and longer-term efforts to tend to the needs of those who’ve been through traumatic events.
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.
The Ebony Bishops of The United Methodist Church are calling for African American clergy and laity to have a voice in The United Methodist Church’s future.
Issues before the 2020 General Conference in Minneapolis have a history dating back to the 1972 General Conference in Atlanta. Click here for an interactive timeline.
Bishop David Bard brings into clearer focus some aspirational actions taken by the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference, as the journey toward GC2020 continues to move forward.
This is the first article in a new series, “For a time such as this.” The theme is based on Rev. Jennie Browne’s sermon at the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference.
See the history of a problem and solutions organized by partners, including The United Methodist Church, in a new documentary, “Flint: The Poisoning of an American City.” Greg Timmons shares.