Imagine No Malaria and UMCOR have distributed 1.2 million nets and trained 11,600 people to “reach and teach neighbors” about fatal but preventable disease.
Stations of the Resurrection art and devotions commemorate the appearances and Ascension into Heaven of Christ in the weeks following Easter Sunday.
United Methodists set an example as good stewards of the planet. "God gave us a great gift. We should do our best to take care of it."
On April 25, United Methodists are encouraged to tweet, post and update their Facebook profiles with messages that raise awareness about deadly disease.
“Rethink” what you know about malaria. Find out what the church is doing to raise awareness and how your dollars have saved lives. Read More
"It really was God moving in our community and bringing us a great way to be face to face with so many of our neighbors." Read More
As hundreds remain missing after last week’s disaster, United Methodist leaders reached out to the people of South Korea. Read More
Legislative meetings for regional conferences in 2014 also include worship, ordination and even bike rides. Read More
This Easter season, pastor Darian Duckworth examines the difference in being led by tradition and being led by the God who works through tradition. Read More
As every Christian knows, Jesus freely died for our sins. But was there a less brutal way for God and humanity to be reconciled? Read More
Susan and Frank May are riding from Florida to California to raise funds for residential care home that addresses the needs of abused and at-risk children. Read More
United Methodist-related colleges make higher education more accessible to students who are the first in their families to pursue a four-year-degree. Read More
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Experts aged five to ten and the Rev. MaryJane Pierce Norton discuss Easter eggs, "the symbol of the new life that we received in Christ." View