Bishops seek justice in Philippines
Bishops condemn killings, urge prayer, activism for people of Philippines.
Bishops experience, affirm ministries of love
People tell United Methodist leaders of Christ’s power in difficult times.
Bishops urge action on immigration
Leaders offer support to a colleague who is outspoken against Arizona’s controversial new law.
Sierra Leone village embraces mission team
Volunteers from Pennsylvania were welcomed by Muslims and Christians singing as they entered Panguma.
Church rejects move toward regional bodies
Bishops ratify five of 32 proposed amendments to the church’s constitution.
To reach millennials, ‘break outside the box’
People ages 18-29 share core values with older generations but live their lives differently, speakers say.
Assembly draws women in person and online
More women than ever were able to engage with the United Methodist Women’s Assembly this year.
Bishops cast out fear with HIV tests
United Methodist leaders express solidarity for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Churches respond as storms pummel Southeast
Churches quickly aid survivors of slow-moving storms
Women march for immigrant rights
Rallying in St. Louis, United Methodist Women continue their century-old support of immigrants.
Group defers gay issue to 2012
International team also recommends granting more autonomy to regional church bodies.
Grace abounds for Katrina mission team
Katrina survivor says, “I’m a living witness that with God all things are possible.”
Students hold blackout to honor miners
Seminary students are asking people to spend 29 minutes in silence on April 29 as a memorial to the 29 miners who died in the West Va. mine disaster.
Caring congregations nourish bodies, souls
United Methodists Change the World with community gardens, food pantries.
Church addresses abuses in Philippines
Connectional Table condemns "extrajudicial killings."
Zambian woman realizing health care dream
Mukanyanga Muzyamba, who walked six miles each way to school in Zambia, will graduate in June from Africa University.
Church raises human trafficking awareness
Youth take the lead in a Chicago-area Change the World event.
Court backs clergy dismissal over affair
Judicial council affirms verdict against married minister.
Top court rules on bishops’ authority
Judicial Council rules Philippines College of Bishops can handle complaint against one of their own.
Church changes world in many ways
More than 1,000 congregations touch lives and improve communities on special weekend.
Jars of Clay asks crowd to Imagine No Malaria
The award-winning band headlined a concert to raise funds to help prevent the killer disease.
Church building ‘culture of nets’ to save lives
As we mark World Malaria Day 2010, Bishop Thomas Bickerton says “the time is now” to eradicate malaria in Africa.
Churches gear up to change the world
United Methodists plan to create “a beautiful mosaic of service and love.”
Great Day of Service aids poor, disabled
More than 120 volunteers from Foundry United Methodist Church fan out to 13 social service agencies in Washington.
Aid ongoing as China mourns quake victims
United Methodist partner brings medical supplies, blankets and food to survivors.
Green living: Not just for tree huggers
United Methodists protect the environment in a variety of ways.
Confessions of a ‘green mommy’
Environmental advocate shares the importance of passing her values on to her son.
Publishing giant promoted integration
John Procter’s rags-to-riches story reads like an inspirational novel.
‘Queen Mother’ of civil rights dies at 98
Dorothy Height, honored by three presidents, worked tirelessly for justice for all.
Civil rights pioneer Dorothy Height dies
DEVELOPING STORY: Height was a United Methodist leader who fought for equality and human rights for all.
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