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Dans cette capture d’écran du film d’animation « Ebola: Éloge de la prévention », une jeune fille dont le frère est décédé d’Ebola, s’adresse à une assemblée dans un lieu de culte, racontant comment prévenir et ne pas répandre l’Ebola. L’Agence Méthodiste Unie de Communication (UMCom) a collaboré avec Chocolate Moose Media et UNICEF Togo pour créer la vidéo qui vise à promouvoir les meilleures méthodes de prévention de l’Ebola.

New Ebola video emphasizes hygiene, prevention

United Methodist Church supports Ebola animation aimed at preventing a new outbreak of the deadly virus. Read More

Women incarcerated at the Freetown Female Correctional Center receive gifts from the Sierra Leone Conference prison ministry volunteers. UMNS photo by Phileas Jusu, UMNS

Prison ministry transforms lives in Sierra Leone

United Methodist ministry in west Africa country has helped free prisoners. Read More

East Congo: The long journey to peace

The United Methodist Church has thousands of faithful disciples in its newest episcopal area. Pastors and laity are bringing the Good News under challenging circumstances. Read More

Image of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Photo by Clayton Childers, United Methodist Board of Church and Society.

Topic: Human Sexuality

Learn more about the official position of the church, read opinions by church leaders and members, find resources and recent news stories. More

Three crosses stand above the cemetery at Israel United Methodist Church near Montrose, W.Va. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

Trending Local: The Growing Role of Local Pastors

Local pastors — non-ordained, and in most cases without a seminary degree — are growing in number and taking on more roles in The United Methodist Church. Read More

Haylie Wollitz (right) from First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica, Calif., helps repair flood damage from Hurricane Katrina at the home of Betty Johnson in New Orleans. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

Special Coverage: Hurricane Katrina

In the years since Katrina hit New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, hundreds of thousands of United Methodists have put money, hearts and hands into the work of recovery. More

Residents of Port-au-Prince line up outside the devastated National Palace. A 2010 file photo by Mike DuBose.

Special Coverage: Haiti

The United Methodist Church was among those who rushed to respond to the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti. Special series, "Keeping the Faith," takes a look Haiti's journey to recovery. More

Maps courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, labeling of United Methodist hospitals and clinic by United Methodist Committee on Relief.

The Church Responds to Ebola

United Methodists continue to combat the deadly outbreak across West Africa. Find latest updates and ways you can help. More

Game Changers Summit Dreamers and doers gather to harness the power of communications technology, September 3-5, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.

Technology for Social Good

United Methodists from around the connection are discussing the life-saving power of technology. Learn how you can get involved. More

Laura Gage (center) hugs Joe Royer while helping sort through the wreckage of his home in Joplin, Mo.,following the deadly tornado. At left is Kevin Kaufhardt. A UMNS photo  by Mike DuBose.; A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose

Churches Dealing with Disaster

When disaster hits a community, pastors and congregations need to be prepared. Find news and resources for facing tough times. More