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Culture of unity

A men’s soccer team is an outreach ministry of Granary United Methodist Church in Harare, Zimbabwe. Photo courtesy of Granary United Methodist Church Communications.

Soccer leads Zimbabwe United Methodists toward evangelism goal

Playing a game they love, Mubvuwi We men have fun, promote healthy lifestyles. Read More

Memorial Day Weekend

A cross pin reflects Cmdr. Laura Bender’s service to the military. Photo by Jay Malin, UMNS

Ministry with those who serve

Find stories, resources and videos about how The United Methodist Church supports military families. Read More

Psalm 121

Two students from Yugoslavia walk home together. Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist Communications.

A Prayer for Travelers

Whether you are taking a journey or starting out on a new path in life, consider "The Traveler's Psalm" and let it guide your way. View

United Methodist Women

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Comic book highlights history of women in mission

A nine-page comic book highlights the "Amazing Adventures of Methodist Women in Mission" and celebrates the 150-year history of United Methodist Women. Read More

On the Bookshelf

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Author chronicles faith journey after cancer diagnosis

When cancer “kicked down the walls” of her life, author Kate Bowler relied on her faith, but also saw it change. Her new book shares her story. Read More

Making a Difference

The Rev. Jose Nieves (standing, foreground) meets at Boggy Creek Elementary with families who were displaced from Puerto Rico by Hurricane Maria and have relocated to Kissimmee, Fla. Photo by Linda Logston.

Florida United Methodists help Puerto Rican refugees

United Methodists in Kissimmee, Florida, have helped more than 600 Puerto Rican families who arrived in the Orlando area after hurricanes Irma and Maria. Read More

Daily Devotional

Today’s prayers and resources

Spend some time in prayer each day with these resources from The Upper Room. Read More

Video Worth Watching

Historic photo of Susan Angeline Collins, taken in Los Angeles, California. Collins served as a Methodist missionary in Africa for 31 years. Image courtesy of the General Commission on Archives and History.

African American Woman’s Incredible Life as a Methodist Missionary

In the days following the U.S. Civil War, this African American woman went to college, owned her own business and then dedicated her life to opening doors for women. View

Ask The UMC

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Got questions? We've got answers

We have been keeping a list of intriguing questions about The United Methodist Church. Get the answers and send us your query. Read More