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YOUR gift offers peace
Our Social Principles call us to love our enemies, seek justice, and serve as reconcilers of conflict.
Through our gifts on Peace with Justice Sunday we are able to strengthen God’s family with ministries that challenge structures of inequality and empower people and communities through systemic change.
Fifty percent of this offering stays within the Annual Conference to support Peace with Justice Coordinators to develop local social justice ministries. The remaining 50 percent provides for education and ministry for advocacy and action efforts.
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Even in the darkest times, we find hope in God’s blessings. The original song and video based on Matthew 5:3-12 and produced by United Methodist Communications, contains images of United Methodists experiencing and responding to the unique challenges of 2020. To learn more about the work of The United Methodist Church in 2020 visit www.resourceumc.org/church-report.