United Methodist Men seeks to reach all men
With its goal to "help men know Jesus Christ," the group's commission is reaching out beyond chartered local church chapters.
Black Methodist caucus starts fund, giving program
The new initiatives aim to empower young African Americans and help them become church leaders.
Missouri Methodists surpass Mozambique goal
Volunteers build 16 houses in Africa during eight days in July to surpass their three-year goal through Habitat for Humanity Mozambique.
Côte d’Ivoire event promotes cross-cultural music
Musicians from the United States and Africa cross borders and cultures to enhance United Methodist music ministries across the globe.
Northeastern United Methodists assign bishops
The jurisdiction’s newest bishop has been assigned to the Philadelphia Area for the next four years.
Ohio church comes again—and again—to Gulf Coast
For Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, the 14-hour drive from the Dayton area to New Orleans has become an especially familiar path.
Special Hurricane Katrina offering planned Aug. 26
Two years after Hurricane Katrina, United Methodist churches will collect a special offering to help with continued rebuilding.
United Methodists help lead Katrina response
The denomination has helped more than 60,000 people rebuild 25,000 homes in the Gulf Coast since the hurricane season of 2005.
Event in Côte d'Ivoire Promotes Cross-Cultural Music Ministry
Cross-cultural sharing to bring about exciting, meaningful United Methodist music ministries was the focus of a week-long encounter at the Methodist University of Cocody (Abidjan) in Côte d'Ivoire.
Hurricanes 2005: UMCOR Helps 120,000 in Continuing Effort
In the three years since the devastating hurricane season of 2005, nearly 120,000 families and individuals have received United Methodist assistance for long-term recovery on the US Gulf Coast.
Independent feature movie tells story of John Wesley
The director of "Wesley" believes the story of the founder of the Methodist movement will warm the hearts of moviegoers of all faiths.
Commentary: Strong youth ministry aids ‘the call’
If churches want to develop future pastors, begin by supporting an effective youth ministry, says Bishop Robert Schnase.
Moore will set a first as seminary dean
Mary Elizabeth Moore will break now ground for deacons when she becomes dean of Boston University School of Theology next year.
Review of Abingdon Press First Choice Choral Club, Fall / Winter 2008
Bishop Ralph Dodge, who led church in Zimbabwe, dead at 101
Dodge was an outspoken advocate for inclusiveness in both the church and government in the former Rhodesia Area.
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