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Elysia, 2, hugs a state flag during a visit to Ox Hill Battlefield Park, Fairfax County, Va. More than 1,500 soldiers were killed or wounded during this Civil War battle on Sept. 1, 1862. Photo courtesy of Seth Cooper.

20 ways to reach out on Veterans Day

November 11 is Veterans Day. Learn ways individuals and congregations can engage in ministry with U.S. military, vets and their families. Read More

‘Veterans Day can be observed every day of the year.’

Bishop Peggy Johnson says we must continue to show our appreciation for the three and a half million vets coping with service-related disabilities beyond Nov. 11. Read More

A veteran speaks on ‘honoring our heroes’ on Veterans Day

Rev. Dave Ryan, a veteran of Vietnam, invites us to pray for the day we can stop ‘making veterans and mourning heroes’ and for all ‘living survivors’ today. Read More

Veterans Day Worship Resources

Find suggestions for observing Veterans Day in worship. Visit Site

UMTV: Veteran Dedicated to Vets

United Methodist Lou Riedlinger is a WWII and Korean vet who created a ministry to recognize and serve those in the military. View

Spiritual resources for veterans and families

Veterans Day is on Sunday. Find sources of strength from The United Methodist Church to use throughout the year. Read More

Military chaplains ask if church cares

Chaplains serving in wartime ministries need to know the church values and appreciates them, writes the Rev. Randolph Cross. Read More

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