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Our Wesleyan Heritage

As a fellow at Lincoln College, John Wesley would have had an office similar to this one dedicated to him. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

The method of early Methodism: The Oxford Holy Club

Disciple-making groups that form church leaders have been part of our Methodist heritage from the very start. Explore the history of these groups in this three-part series. Read More

In the News

United Methodists support migrants around the world. Photo by Sarah Soto.

Ways United Methodists can stand with migrants

Learn what The United Methodist Church says about global migration and how you can make a difference in your community and around the world. Read More

Making a Difference

United Methodists: Helping people in Need

Your gifts for Human Relations Day Sunday have helped so many people in crisis overcome formidable obstacles to realize their potential. Read their stories and give today! Read More

Ask the UMC

“Minutes of Several Conversations Between the Rev. Thomas Coke, The Rev. Francis Asbury and Others.” The first Book of Discipline was adopted in 1784 at the historic Christmas Conference. Photo courtesy of Bridwell Library Special Collections, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

When was the first Book of Discipline created?

The first Book of Discipline was adopted in 1784 at the historic Christmas Conference, which established the Methodist Episcopal Church in America. Read More

Our Global Church

Silvia Munjoma, vice chairwoman for St. John's Church and Society committee, helps unload donations at Mutare Provisional Remand Prison in Zimbabwe. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS

Zimbabwe church helps with prison food shortage

St. John’s Circuit recently donated $14,000 worth of food and other supplies to three prisons, helping hundreds of inmates including pregnant women. Read More

Majestic music

Scott Mills demonstrates the power of the restored pipe organ at First United Methodist Church in Salt Lake City.

Historic organ sets tone for Utah church

Pipe organ restored with pennies, large cash donations and love from Salt Lake City community. Read More

United Methodist Podcast

United Methodist Publishing House author Tiffany Bluhm inspires in a recent podcast. Photo courtesy Tiffany Bluhm.

Making Connections. Growing in Faith with Tiffany Bluhm

Author, speaker and podcaster Tiffany Bluhm talks about the importance of finding a place at the table with others who can help you grow as a disciple of Jesus. Listen

February 23-26, 2019

2019 Special Session of the General Conference

What does the upcoming General Conference mean for church members? Get the latest information related to the gathering in St. Louis. Read More

Daily Devotional

Snow covered evergreen. Photo in Public Domain.

Today’s prayers and resources

Spend some time in prayer each day with these resources from The Upper Room. Read More