The Sierra Leone Council of Churches, led by United Methodist Bishop John Yambasu, hopes environmental education can help avert future disasters. Continue reading After mudslide: Need for environmental education
“Only antidote to the power of tyranny is the power of organized people.” Continue reading Filipinos protest on martial law anniversary
Saturday, 9/23 8-2 Crafts and bake sale! This is a great fund raiser for the Angel Tree Project.
United Methodists pray for safety “and stand in solidarity as one Methodist family.” Continue reading Standing with Puerto Rican church after hurricanes
Methodists in Mexico assess damage while joining relief efforts after their country’s second major temblor this month. Continue reading Earthquake hits Methodist churches, ministry
Some members express cautious optimism for church unity. Another member has written about why he sees a need for a church split. Continue reading Way Forward sketches ideas to present bishops
A year later, United Methodists continues to help rebuild homes and lives in West Virginia. Continue reading The church is still with West Virginia in flood recovery
Join us Saturday, 9/23, 8-2 for crafts, food and baked goods! Proceeds go toward the Angel Tree Project.
The Uniting Methodists Movement seeks to give voice to those who think differences around homosexuality should not divide church. Continue reading New group to church: Let’s stay together
The United Methodist New York and Northern Illinois bishops and their cabinets find solidarity, support and helpful ideas at a first joint session together. Continue reading Connecting across regional lines