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What does it mean to #BeUMC?

#BeUMC campaign

The #BeUMC campaign helps individuals and churches embrace how they live for Jesus in the way of John Wesley. Resources available from United Methodist Communications.

COVID study findings released

Study reveals church health during pandemic

United Methodist Communications began surveying local church leaders about the pandemic’s impact on worship, giving, and church activities starting on March 26, 2020. The fourth phase of the study is… Continue Reading COVID study findings released

Pastoring the digital parish

Resources for Digital ministry

“Pastoring in the Digital Parish” is “the digital ministry class you missed in seminary,” according to the Rev. Ryan Dunn, who hosts the podcast produced by United Methodist Communications.

Zoom grants available for churches

Webcam for Zoom

Use this form to share your interest in a free Zoom license for your local church. You are eligible if your worship attendance is less than 100.

What United Methodists really believe

Chart showing United Methodist theological beliefs

  A recent survey dug into theology-related views of United Methodist laypersons in the United States. Results were strikingly varied.

Like Facebook ‘ResourceUMC’

If you liked Interpreter Magazine, you will also like the new Resource UMC on Facebook. Find news you can use.

Seekers looking for community

United Methodist Communications releases findings of recent Barna survey of spiritual seekers.

Amazing United Methodist heroes

The first in a series about United Methodists who are doing extraordinary things. 

Looking for amazing UMC heroes

Not all heroes wear capes and tights. UMCom is looking for amazing United Methodists.

Childlike faith the focus of UMC ads

A national advertising campaign by UMCOM celebrates seeing the world as young people see it.