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Survey provides insight into what seekers want from church

A new survey from United Methodist Communications finds that spiritual growth and genuine community are the top motivators for attending church. Read More

What does it mean to be United Methodist?

Research study shows church values differ

A new study by United Methodist Communications found key differences in individuals' perceptions of the denomination's ideals and values, depending on their role. Read More

Bishops hear hope in economist’s report

Bishop Michael McKee and Bishop Sally Dyck share thoughts about the church's future in light of an economist's report presented at a recent Connectional Table meeting. Read More

United Methodists plan Sand Creek project

As massacre's 150th anniversary approaches, denomination wants to set record straight on Methodist involvement and work on healing. Read More

Archives & History

Gathers, preserves, and disseminates materials on the history of The United Methodist Church and its antecedents. It maintains archives and a library in which the historical records are kept. Read More

Q&A: Commission on Archives & History

Attends to all the historical interests of the denomination and collects and processes historical materials related to all aspects of the work of The United Methodist Church. Read More

Malaria Lab Fights Killer

Andrea Henkel is a scientist with personal reasons to Imagine No Malaria. She got malaria in Togo and children close to her died from the disease. View

Documentary helps fight malaria

Imagine No Malaria, a ministry of The United Methodist Church, has produced a documentary to increase awareness and action against malaria, a disease that kills a child in Africa every 45 seconds. Read More

Child Mortality Rates Declining Worldwide

United Methodist efforts to provide better health care, accessibility to clinics, and bed nets could be factors contributing to the decline. Read More

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