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UMTV: Border Separates Families at Christmas

For those divided by the border fence between San Diego and Tijuana, the wall is a reminder of Mary and Joseph's experience of rejection. View

Joe Hirsch prays over Franz the cat during a pet blessing. Video image by Clay Kisker, United Methodist Communications.

UMTV: Church Welcomes Pets

Hearts and Paws offers pet adoptions, a prayer hotline, and memorials. People say, "If you take care of my pets, you will take care of me." View

Joyfully2UMC Makes Electronic Giving Even Easier

As the population throughout the world becomes more technologically savvy, the trend in electronic contributions continue to rise.  That is just as true for faith based organizations. So, why does e-giving and digital tithing options matter for you and your churches? Vanco Payment Solutions reported at the recent National... Read More

Data Storage and Backup Recovery

GCFA Provides Safe Ways to Store Your Data Did you know that people in the US now consider the information stored on their computers as one of their most prized possessions, right after their family and homes? Data storage and backup recovery are topics of discussion in... Read More

Park ‘N Fly Discount for the Connection

Park.  Fly.  Return. Pay.  Cheaper than Ever Another opportunity to save.  The Park ‘N Fly discount program is available to all members of The United Methodist Church – for church and personal travel.  GCFA's Travel and Meeting Planning Department has negotiated a great... Read More

United Methodists send message to Charleston neighbors

UMCom is spreading a message of healing, hope and peace from The UMC in support of the people of Charleston, S.C. and the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Read More

Archivist, Dale Patterson, shows historic photos from the collection at GCAH

Ministry of Memory (UMTV)

Enjoy a visual trip through Archives and History’s collection of rare and treasured pieces of Methodism. View

Trash Trees for Christmas

New York church goes green with non-traditional trees that get attention. "This must be a really quirky place. People must be fun here." View

Farm assistant Lebon Augulus and The Rev. Jim Gulley hold young goat twins in Darbonne/Leogane, Haiti.

Haiti Quake Survivor: Jim Gulley

The United Methodist aid worker spoke of being buried alive in 2010, and how two of those near him died. Still, the tragedy strengthened his desire to serve Haiti. View

Ernestine Shepherd runs 10 miles a day. Video image by Barry Simmons.

World Record Female Bodybuilder: Ernestine Shepherd

Ernestine Shepherd is over 75, runs 10 miles a day, and credits workouts and her United Methodist faith for turning her grief into joy. View

The Rev. P. Harvey Willie, superintendent of the Gbarnga district, talks with two United Methodist clergymen about the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. Willie, center, is shown with the Rev. Boye Davis, left, an instructor at the Gbarnga School of Theology, and the Rev. David Bondo, Jorkoleh district superintendent. UMNS photo by Julu Swen

Liberian church hit hard even as Ebola pace slows

Nine fatalities in one United Methodist congregation, with others under treatment. Read More

Members of the university community kneel in prayer during a service at Landis Green at Florida State University in Tallahassee following a shooting in the school's library. Photo by Alvaro Gabaldon, Florida State University

Campus ministry offers support, prayers after FSU shootings

United Methodist students at University of Florida express ‘solidarity’ with FSU Wesley Foundation after shootings. Read More

A volunteer nurse check's Lester Bridges' blood pressure. Bridges is a client of Luke's House.

UMTV: Clinic Heals After Katrina

New Orleanians lost homes and hospitals after the hurricane. Now churches and volunteers offer health care for residents. View

The Rev. Shawn Moses Anglim serves communion at First Grace United Methodist Church in New Orleans.

UMTV: New Church After Katrina

Following Hurricane Katrina, many churches in New Orleans struggled to gather enough money or members to rebuild. View

Missionary’s Global Calling: Rev. Romeo del Rosario

Romeo del Rosario has served for decades, speaks 9 languages, and credits call to missionaries in Philippines. "God leads me all the way." View

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