Bishops seek complaint against Talbert
The Council of Bishops has requested a formal complaint be filed against retired Bishop Melvin G. Talbert who officiated at same-sex union.
Bishops celebrate milestone in malaria fight
Bishop Thomas Bickerton told the council that the Imagine No Malaria campaign is nearing $60 million goal to eradicate the disease in Africa.
U.S. Filipinos support typhoon survivors
"This is a blessed opportunity for those of us out of harm’s way to be an answer to the Filipino’s prayer.”
Video: Filipino Bishops’ Message After Typhoon
“When one part of the world suffers, other members will help.” Bishops Torio, Francisco, and Juan were far from home when disaster struck.
Missing Filipino pastor makes contact
Church members have not been able to locate one of the two pastors in Tacloban, Philippines, which was virtually destroyed by typhoon.
UMCOR relief money on way to Philippines
Learn how United Methodists are providing supplies and assessing damages after Super Typhoon Haiyan flattened part of the Philippines.
Bishops called to embrace ‘team spirit’
Despite differences, bishops urged to remember they ‘depend on one another to be faithful to God’s mission.’
Spiritual resources for veterans and families
Find sources of strength from The United Methodist Church to use throughout the year.
More than 50 pastors bless same-sex union
Flouting church law, faith leaders participate in the marriage of two Philadelphia men in a United Methodist church.
UMCOR preps response for Philippines typhoon
With partners in the Philippines, UMCOR is working to provide assistance immediately following the storm.
Global AIDS initiative focuses on newborns
Find out how your church can help prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV and AIDS by donating, educating and advocating.
Want to follow in Wesleys’ footsteps?
Pilgrimage to England offers chance to learn more about leadership and explore places where the Wesley brothers lived and served.
United Methodist communicators honored
The United Methodist Association of Communicators honors Rev. Arthur McClanahan and Rev. Boyce A. Bowdon.
Top staff at finance agency opt for buyout
The General Council on Finance and Administration will see departure of much of its top staff under a voluntary separation program.
Roma: Putting a face on those who struggle
Who are the Roma? Photographer Paul Jeffrey spent time with Roma, capturing the day-to-day life of a people suffering from oppression.
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