Education and Schools
United Methodists believe that children have a right to education, and parents and governments have an obligation to provide them with the access to an adequate education.
There are many ways church members can become more informed, more involved, and also advocate for schools and families. Below you will find practical ideas and tips, as well as worship resources to help you in this important ministry.
Worship Resources and Prayer
616 Africa University students graduate
Africa University graduates 616 students, and Boeing executive endows scholarship for women. Read More
Missionaries help growth in west Africa
A married couple shows how United Methodists wed evangelism and development in missionary work. They rely on support from a diverse church. Read More
A United Methodist Prayer for the Classroom
When students go back to school, so do teachers, administrators, and other staff. Take time to offer this quick prayer for those beginning another school session. View
Notable Methodist Women: Scarritt-Bennett’s Outspoken Founder
In the 1890's this "Southern Belle" broke new ground for women in the Methodist Episcopal Church. View
School shootings: How parents can cope with their own fears and anxieties
If increased school security and active shooter drills have you on edge, mental health experts have this advice to help you cope. Read More
United Methodist School Spirit Quiz
We invite you to take a short quiz about the mascots and school spirit at some of the colleges and universities affiliated with The United Methodist Church. Read More