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Steve McKay is a TV weatherman in Bangor, Maine. He is also a United Methodist pastor.

TV Weatherman Pastor

Weather, like life, can change quickly. One Maine meteorologist, who is also a minister, says his jobs require surprisingly similar skills. View

Ben Logan (left) a producer and writer for the church’s communication agency, runs sound recording equipment during a motion picture shoot in this undated file photograph. Photo from United Methodist Communications archives.

Recalling a groundbreaker in church communications

Ben Logan, who died Sept. 19, used his skills as a writer, producer to help The United Methodist Church promote dialogue on social issues of the day. Read More

TV reporters to share in Olympic dream

Neile Jones isn’t an athlete, but she has been in her own way vigorously preparing for the Feb. 7-23, 2014, Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Read More

Churches ‘star’ in movies, TV shows

Although they're no strangers to the big screen, United Methodist churches have turned up in an unusual number of films and TV shows this year. Read More

Church TV show and Jackie Robinson

The TV program produced by the Methodist Church offers a glimpse of Jackie Robinson in the role of civic leader. Read More

CBS highlights interfaith AIDS action

"HIV & AIDS: Awareness & Compassion" will be broadcast June 17 and features The United Methodist Church's work on AIDS prevention. Read More

12 lessons from 12 General Conferences

Rich Peck has seen a lot of history and worn a lot of hats in five decades attending General Conference. Read More

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

Pauley Perrette joins United Methodist Imagine No Malaria campaign

Imagine No Malaria, a ministry of The United Methodist Church, is pleased to introduce actress Pauley Perrette to its growing community of supporters working together to reduce deaths caused by malaria.

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