United Methodist youth raise $830,000 for the hungry
Teaming up with young people across the U.S., 25,000 United Methodist youth participate in the Souper Bowl of Caring.
Holston, East Africa conferences sign Sudan covenant
Holston Annual Conference becomes the first United Methodist body to be in mission in south Sudan.
Retired teacher inspires supply shipment to Zimbabwe
Having taught at a South Carolina high school for 28 years, Francie Markham now works to provide for high school students in Africa.
United Methodist team fulfills commitment in Kenya
A Volunteers-in-Mission team from the southeastern United States arrived in Nakuru just as violence broke out there.
U.N. Foundation invites church to apply for grant
The United Methodist Church will apply for up to $5 million to underwrite a campaign to strengthen its global health ministries.
Indiana church reaches out to pet lovers
The Pet Caretakers’ Ministry gives grieving pet owners a place to turn for prayer and support.
Joint effort brings medicines to the Congo
The first shipment of up to $14 million in badly needed medicines has arrived in Kinshasa, thanks to a diverse coalition of organizations.
Refugees return to Johannesburg church after raid
South African Bishop Paul Verryn says his church mission is serving even more people than before the raid.
United Methodists respond to storms
Churches are helping communities in the U.S. South recover from a series of tornadoes that killed at least 57 people in one night.
United Methodists in Liberia, Norway sign pact
Church leaders rejoice over a partnership agreement to develop and promote community-based projects in war-ravaged Liberia.
Police raid South African church aiding refugees
Church officials decry a raid on Central Methodist Mission in Johannesburg , where police arrested more than a thousand refugees.
Flooded Indiana areas get United Methodist relief
The church helps flood survivors in northern Indiana with flood buckets, relief funds and volunteers.
Church-run clinics help families get needed care
More than 60,000 people have found hope and healing since Shepherd's Hope Health Center launched 10 years ago in Orlando, Fla.
United Methodists respond to relief needs in Kenya
UMCOR and church leaders provide emergency aid and prayers for Kenya following post-election violence.
Zimbabwe economic crisis cripples mission station
Sewage problems, decaying buildings and unreliable electricity hamper operations at two schools, a hospital, children's home and church.
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