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Global Connection is ‘Praying Our Way Forward’
Annual conferences and central conferences are holding vigils, prayer services and holding conversations in support of the work of the Commission on a Way Forward.
Reformation lessons for United Methodists
The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is this year. In their fight over Holy Communion, early reformers offer a lesson in how not to handle disagreement.
Artist works to disrupt ‘cradle to prison’ pipeline
Ndume Olatushani is one of the artists whose work is included in Stations of the Cross opening in Washington during Lent.
Bishop May, ʽholy boldness’ advocate, dies at 81
Chicago native Felton E. May combined evangelical fervor with commitment to social justice, and brought episcopal ministry to the city streets.
Ecumenical backing for Philippines’ peace talks
United Methodist Bishop Rodolfo Juan calls for “the cessation of ongoing offensives on both sides” during a Feb. 24 press conference.
New church blazes trail to boost attendance
United Methodists in Kalima couldn’t get to their new church in the rainy season. So they built a road.
Migrants find help from Italian Methodists
On a local level, and through ecumenical groups like Mediterranean Hope, Methodists are helping Italy cope with an influx of people arriving by sea.
As deportations expand, ‘Dreamers’ have hope
United Methodists among those supporting bipartisan legislation to protect young people brought into U.S. illegally as children
Rescuing children in Sierra Leone
Adults rescued as children are now caring for orphaned and abandoned children at a United Methodist center in Sierra Leone.
Church investments take on climate change
The United Methodist pension agency is planning for a low-carbon economy. For investors, the agency says, the move makes good financial sense.
Commentary: An executive order with memory
Trump’s executive order on immigration brings back memories for Japanese Americans, who this weekend mark the anniversary of a similar moment in history from the last century.
Historic black church determined to look forward
Dallas’ St. Paul United Methodist, under the Rev. Richie Butler, seeks growth, influence even as it goes on National Register of Historic Places.
Immigration officials detain United Methodist leader
Humberto Barralaga is one of more than 600 people arrested in federal immigration raids. He and others are seeing their families divided.
Universities join amicus brief against immigration orders
Two United Methodist-related colleges say President Trump’s immigration orders hinder academic freedom.
‘Hidden Figures’ mathematician raised Methodist
Katherine Johnson was one of three African-American women who had a key role in the early U.S. space program.
United Methodist churches welcome refugees in Nigeria
Village attacks leave 15 people dead and more than 7,000 displaced, many of whom are United Methodists.
Philippines church holds sexuality forum
A recent forum on sexuality at a local United Methodist Church was an effort to support denomination-wide conversations on LGBTQ people.
Faith leaders cheer latest ruling on Trump travel ban
Appeals court ruling stops ban of refugees from seven mostly Muslim countries.
Free surgery for Ebola survivors
A partnership between United Methodist-related Emory University and others is improving the eyesight of Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone.
2 big churches seek exit from denomination
Leaders of the Mississippi congregations expressed frustration with the denomination’s ongoing homosexuality debate.
Indigenous people celebrated in Trondheim, Norway
One hundred years after the first Sami Congress, United Methodists and others gather to celebrate the church host and the Sami people.
For Methodists in Cuba, ‘These are good times’
Hard work and good relations — with fellow Cubans, United Methodists and others — help shape today’s church.
Solidarity and service in Cuba
In Havana neighborhoods, people seem to know everyone and hear everything. “The thing about Cuba is we have learned to help one another – solidarity. Life here is very sociable.”
In the wake of ISIS
United Methodist missionary visits war-torn northern Iraq.
5 constitutional amendments head to vote
The changes address matters of gender equality, inclusiveness in membership, delegate and bishop elections, as well as bishop accountability.
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