Sager Brown in urgent need of flood buckets
UMCOR Sager Brown Depot has nearly depleted its supply of flood buckets after shipping thousands of buckets in response to recent floods.
Indiana United Methodists approve unity plan
The merger of the North and South Indiana conferences will create a new church area with 1,200 congregations in the state.
Commentary: Campus ministry claims God's call
A college student highlights the work of Wesley Foundations and United Methodist student groups across the United States.
Partnership to Develop United Methodist Center in Russia
A new United Methodist mission center will emerge in St. Petersburg, Russia, through a partnership between the Minnesota and the Northwest Russia Annual Conferences of the denomination.
Newly elected directors set to serve on Women’s Division
Fifty United Methodist Women members will begin serving four-year terms as directors of the Women’s Division of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries during an orientation and organizational meeting at Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 4-7.
West Virginia Annual Conference fills bag with love and gifts for mission
"The only way I know how to share a bag is to fill it up," said Bishop Lyght of this gift from The Advance.
Four students receive campus ministry scholarships
The $15,000 in scholarships will help the four students improve their skills as campus ministers through advanced study.
Small Churches Do Big Ministries
When wildfires swept through Palm Bay, the Florida Disaster Recovery Ministry quickly put the connectional system into action.
'Dramatically different' faith fellowship to figure in School of Congregational Development
Hot Metal Church, a four-year-old United Methodist-Presbyterian joint new church start, will be among the models examined at this year's United Methodist School of Congregational Development, meeting July 31 to August 5 in two locations, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Orlando, Florida.
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Small Conference Makes Large Contribution to Mission
The 27 congregations of the United Methodist Red Bird Missionary Conference gave $19,300 for mission in Cambodia at their 2008 annual conference meeting.
Native congregation celebrates new church
Prayers were answered on the Memorial Day weekend with the dedication of a Native American church.
United Methodists support initial relief in China
A United Methodist-supported relief team is distributing emergency supplies in several Chinese villages following the May 12 earthquake.
United Methodists refine ecumenical relations process
Changes approved by General Conference are designed to address the changing nature of relationships with other denominations.
United Methodists name new ecumenical leader
The Rev. Stephen J. Sidorak Jr. is elected to lead the Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns.
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