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Churches Host Traveling Wesleys

John and Charles Wesley spent their lives making disciples for Christ. Learn how paper dolls of the duo are continuing that cause in churches today. View

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Nyamah Dunbar (right) former employee of the United Methodist Committee on Relief visits with a child during a mosquito net distribution by The United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria campaign in Bom Jesus, Angola, 2012. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

Ebola: The Gift that Came Wrapped as a Plague

Nyamah Dunbar planned to return to her native Liberia and launch an agribusiness when the Ebola epidemic brought everything to a halt. But God had other plans. Read More

Family Vacation from Cancer

Church gives trips to those dealing with disease. "It takes their childhood away. When you get to just have fun, that's giving a piece of that back." View

The Rev. D.D. Meighen recounts the story of the first Father's Day service in Fairmont, West Virginia.  Video image by United Methodist Communications.

Methodist History: First Father’s Day at Church

In 1908, a Methodist church hosted the first service specifically honoring fathers. It was an event born from great love, and great pain. View

Flat Wesley paper dolls travel to United Methodist churches inspiring discipleship. Photo courtesy of Wesley United Methodist Church in Beaumont, Texas.

Churches Host Traveling Wesleys

John and Charles Wesley spent their lives making disciples for Christ. Learn how paper dolls of the duo are continuing that cause in churches today. View

Video image of Scouts at St. Mark's UMC in Lincoln, Nebraska as they plant flags for July 4th.

Flags and Scouts Soar at Church

It's a July 4th tradition. Neighbors in Lincoln, Nebraska love to see the 100 U.S. flags planted by Scouts at St. Mark's United Methodist. View

Video image from a service at AfterHours Denver.

UMTV: Bar Church Serves All

United Methodist pastor Jerry Herships does not preach at a pulpit, but at a pub. He leads worship services, and invites congregants to do service, at a bar in Denver. View

Videographer captures image of tent at Ocean Grove, NJ.

Historic Methodist Camp is ‘God’s Square Mile’

For some, summertime means heading to one of Methodism's best kept secrets, a spiritual oasis at the beach in New Jersey. View

Will Penner leads a gospel song during worship at Cedar Crest Camp in Lyles, Tenn. Photo by Ronny Perry, UMNS.

UMTV: Summer Church Camp

Far away from computers and gadgets, summer camp is still a hit. Read More

Chuck discusses the history of the Ark of the Covenant.

Chuck Knows Church: Ark of the Covenant

Join Chuck as he explores the history inside the Ark of the Covenant. View

Members of the English Conversation Circle meet once a week at Silver Spring United Methodist Church in Maryland. Video image by Reed Galin for United Methodist Communications.

English Circle Builds Church Community

Church food pantry opens doors and starts a conversation with a hungry community. 'Everybody in the community has something to teach and to offer.' View

Modern artwork brightens the hallways of the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, the site of General Conference 2016. Photo courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

General Conference 2016: Portland Venue Tour

As United Methodists anticipate next year's global church gathering in Oregon, we take you on a behind-the-scenes trip around the site. View

Members of Grace United Methodist Church in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. gather for fried fish and fellowship. Photo courtesy of United Methodist TV.

UMTV: Fish Fry Nets Disciples

“God works in mysterious ways. He’s worked through fish before, hasn’t he?” Discover how one church is serving seafood and netting results. View

In 2014, Dave Smith hiked the Appalachian Trail as a chaplain for the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church. Photo courtesy of Dave Smith.

Listening for God on the Appalachian Trail

The movie "Wild" features a life-changing walk. United Methodist Dave Smith had his own hike on the Appalachian Trail, found his faith again, and became a chaplain. View

Jenny and Elise Bonsky received capes from Kids Capes of Courage and Northampton United Methodist in Ohio. Photo by Gwen Kisker.

Kids’ Capes of Courage

Sewing ministry shares the superpower of love with those in need. "It is The United Methodist Church wrapping themselves around these children." View

Chuck Knows Church dresses like John Wesley to tell a little about this founding father of Methodism

Chuck Knows Church: John Wesley

Chuck Knows Church focuses on Methodist founding father, John Wesley and events that sparked the start of a new church. View

Student celebrates after graduation at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. Photo courtesy of Ross Mulhausen, University of Puget Sound.

Go with God: A Prayer for Graduates

Video offers a blessing for those celebrating their accomplishments and looking to the future. View

Market workers under Ebola quarantine stand behind orange plastic fencing in Freetown. Video image by Jan Snider, United Methodist Communications.

The Church in Sierra Leone: Navigating the Ebola Crisis

A year later, Ebola is gone from the headlines but church leaders in Sierra Leone remain vigilant. View

Video image shows building at Strawbridge Shrine historic site in Maryland. Courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

Farmers Who Sowed Methodism in America

Get back to your United Methodist roots. Visit the Maryland farm where a circuit rider and his wife planted the faith among friends and neighbors. View

Child prays at Silver Spring United Methodist Church in Maryland.  Video image courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

United Methodist Children on Prayer

“I might need more paper because I pray for a lot of people.” Hear how little ones approach God and what we can learn from them. View

Chuck Knows Church explains the meaning of itinerancy in the time of John Wesley and in the structure of our church today.

Chuck Knows Church: Itinerancy

Chuck Knows Church explains the meaning of itinerancy in the time of John Wesley and in the structure of our church today. View