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5 ways to reclaim Wesleyan evangelism

Expert says truly sharing and living out the good news means developing relationships. “Are we friendly, or are we in the practice of making friends?” Read More

Asbury UMC member Leah Sarat, right, joins Restoration Project volunteer Cyndi Whitmore at the Phoenix Greyhound Station to provide outreach to newly released immigrant detainees. Photo: Leah M. Sarat, Church World Service.

Bus station hospitality

Volunteers offer shelter, phones, food, coats and help navigating bus schedules for women released from immigrant detention. Read More

The Rev. Douglas Waite. Photo courtesy of Douglas Waite

Embrace military families and give thanks

Retired Navy chaplain reflects on 30 years of active service and shares ways for United Methodist churches to reach out. Read More

Somebody has been sitting in my pew!

Accidentally invading someone's "family pew" can be a disaster or an opportunity to start a conversation and make a new friend. Read More

Circles of Care for Immigrants

Therapist-turned-pastor provides free mental health support for immigrants facing long separations from family and fears of deportation. View

Bishops oppose racism, back immigration reform

United Methodist leaders call on Christians to advocate for humane reform and to recognize the sacredness of every person. Read More

Welcoming the Migrant to the US

We regret any and all violence committed against migrants in the past and we resolve, as followers of Jesus, to work to eliminate racism and violence directed towards newly arriving migrants to the United States. Read More

Elvira Arellano took sanctuary in Adalberto United Methodist Church in Chicago for one year ending in August of 2007 before her arrest in Los Angeles.

Church supports justice for migrants

United Methodists have adopted resolutions supporting justice for migrants worldwide and reform of U.S. immigration laws. Read More