Flooded Cedar Rapids church offers witness in crisis
Mission-minded Salem United Methodist Church finds itself on the receiving end of ministry in flooded Iowa.
Three Western U.S. bishops get new assignments
Two newly elected bishops are going to Denver and Seattle, while a third bishop is returning to his former home state of California.
North Central bishops receive 4-year assignments
New Bishop Julius C. Trimble will lead the North Central Jurisdiction’s Iowa Area.
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Commentary: Reflecting on Southern Baptist trends
Reports of membership loss by Southern Baptists hold lessons for all churches, says the Rev. Lovett H. Weems Jr.
Churches in China Prepare To Welcome the World
Churches in China Prepare To Welcome the World.
UMCOR presence is 'sign of hope' in Midwest floods
As United Methodists in Iowa respond to disaster, the church’s relief agency pledges long-term support.
Retired United Methodist Missionary, Josephine Beckwith, Dies at 100
“I’ve never felt called to do anything,” Ms. Beckwith said. “I just wanted to do something. And I went ahead and did it.” Ms. Beckwith served the church for 32 years as a Home Missionary.
Pa. treasurer to oversee United Methodist finances
The agency overseeing the finances and legal rights of The United Methodist Church has elected Moses Kumar as its new chief executive.
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Clergy effectiveness study will impact training
The study will provide helpful information for those who work with candidates for ministry and do clergy assignments or supervision.
Small churches confront challenges, seek to revitalize
People working with small churches discuss revitalization and how to remain vital and viable in a challenging time.
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.
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