UMTV: Haiti Recovery Volunteers
As time goes on, the focus in Haiti is naturally changing from relief to recovery.
United Methodists applaud health care summit
Church leaders welcome opportunity for bipartisan dialogue on reform
Eating local for Lent
Church tries new approach to traditional 40-day discipline.
Megachurch revitalizes downtown congregation
Church of the Resurrection provides spiritual and physical renewal for historic sanctuary.
Agency aids Haitian medical evacuees
Church World Service organizes support networks for severely injured quake survivors airlifted to U.S. hospitals.
Pastor plants church in growing suburb
Motorcyle-riding reverend heeds God’s call to build new congregation.
Pastors challenge IRS status of D.C. ‘church’
Clergy say center where Gov. Mark Sanford received spiritual counseling does not deserve tax-exempt status.
Contemporary church begins in coffee shop
Redemption United Methodist focuses on new music, small groups and programs for children.
Attorney honored for protecting immigrants
Llewelyn Pritchard’s work for social justice “shows a life lived walking in the footsteps of Jesus.”
UMTV: Tool to Fight Racism
Racial equality in the U.S. is still a work in progress. A workshop is offering a tool to open a dialogue about race in America.
Class helps parents find children’s gifts
Intergenerational course helps parents recognize and affirm what their kids are doing right.
Haitian women create gratitude journals
Artists use recycled cement bags to make books. The sales will help feed, clothe and rebuild the community.
Haitians mourn losses from quake
“It felt like the end of the world,” one survivor says.
‘Bachelorette’ Alum Talks About Love
Jason Illian talks about faith and the “reality” of finding authentic partners.
Summit addresses suffering in Sudan
United Methodists bring hope with medical care, education and clean water projects.
U.S. Boy Scouts celebrate 100th birthday
Grace Methodist Church pastor tried to get boys off the streets by forming the “Eastside Roughnecks” in 1908.
Dreamer plants new church in Kansas City
Starting a new congregation is the adventure of a lifetime for the Rev. Curtis Huffman.
United Methodists keep focus on Haiti
More than 3,000 volunteers line up at Virginia event to pack emergency meals.
New ways of praying at Lent
Find ideas to create prayer centers to enhance the Lenten journey.
Young clergywomen blaze new trails
Young women pastors blaze new trails
Veteran civil rights leader calls for reform
Racism, sexism, violence and greed are top problems, the Rev. James Lawson says.
Manhattan UMs find niche in Colombia
Partnership has grown from 1996 mission trip.
Haitian adoptions require moral discernment
While many may want to rescue the most vulnerable, leaders advise the best way to help is to provide for kids’ immediate care.
Film recalls 1970 murder over race
"Blood Done Sign My Name" transcends Hollywood treatment of civil rights to focus on black empowerment.
Iowa church flips for Lent
Bible study group at St. Paul's hoped to set world record for Pancake Day Race.
Lenten self-denial aids Côte d’Ivoire
United Methodists asked to help Radio Methos in Côte d’Ivoire.
UMCOR field office opens in Haiti
UMCOR plan includes emergency, recovery and rehabilitation work.
Ivorian bishop calls for prayer amid shakeup
Church is "confident in God that we will cross the troubled waters."
Why ashes on Ash Wednesday?
The ash cross is an outward sign of our sorrow and repentance.
Racial tensions inform Tyson’s memoir
White preacher’s son explores race relations growing up in North Carolina.
British Methodists commit to mission
Church leaders declare the covenant is “something at the heart of how we understand our present and future life as a church.”
United Methodists give $11 million to Haiti
Special offerings, benefit concerts, concession stand sales aid relief effort.
UMTV: UMCOR Food for Haiti
Relief workers are partnering with Haitians to distribute food quickly and make sure it goes where the need is greatest.
Mission board protests arrests in Philippines
Doctor with United Methodist ties among 43 health workers detained.
Marriages made in heaven
Unfailing commitment and enduring faith are secrets to these long-lasting marriages.
Haiti journal: Dreading the rainy season
Winter Olympics should not overshadow needs of suffering nation.
Ohio Wesleyan students belly flop for Haiti
Participants endure a few red chests to raise $1,000 for UMCOR relief fund.
Kids Care for Haiti
Children get creative to raise cash after quake.
Free pharmacy will open in Ohio church
Providing prescriptions for the poor "speaks to Jesus' healing ministry."
Online dating leads to love for pastor
One couple went to cyberspace for a match made in heaven.
United Methodists recall Orangeburg Massacre
Church stood with students in taking stand against racism.
Dixon, Rabb memorial streamed live, 3 pm ET
Watch the service live from Riverside Church in New York on Thurs., Feb. 11 at 3:00 p.m. ET.
UMTV: Haiti Church Leader
Gesner Paul is helping others who have lost loved ones and homes, while he too is homeless.
Giving Voice to Black History
Rare photos reveal more about the fight for civil rights in the U.S.
Religious freedom offers hope in quake aftermath
Haiti's efforts to promote religious freedom energize faithful to ease suffering.
Super Bowl rivalry promotes health kits
Indiana, Louisiana churches compete for Haiti.
NothingButNets Thank You from Refugees
Malaria is the #1 killer of refugees in Africa. Last year 1 million received nets--and hope. Watch their message.
UMCast: Haiti Q & A
Episode 1: There are many tasks when responding to disaster.
All Haiti scholarship students reported safe
LATEST: Quake, however, left many young scholars living on the streets.
25 ways to affirm diversity
As neighborhoods change, churches need to be more inclusive. Here are some easy tips.
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