End Racism

United Methodists stand against racism. Image by United Methodist Communications.

United Methodists Stand Against Racism

We recognize racism as a sin.

We commit to challenging unjust systems of power and access.

We will work for equal and equitable opportunities in employment and promotion, education and training; in voting, access to public accommodations, and housing; to credit, loans, venture capital, and insurance; to positions of leadership and power in all elements of our life together; and to full participation in the Church and society.

July 1, 2020 Dismantling Racism Town Hall featured United Methodist experts. Screenshot of video.

United Against Racism

Dismantling Racism: July 1 Town Hall

Watch our first Dismantling Racism Town Hall conversation, which explores the history of racism in the U.S. and The United Methodist Church.

The Rev. Cynthia Wilson, of United Methodist Discipleship Ministries, sings a solo as part of the June 24 “Service of Lament, Repentance, Communion and Commitment.” Screenshot of video by United Methodist Communications.

Racial Justice

Dismantling Racism: A Service of Lament

During a service of lament, United Methodists address racial injustice in the world with repentance and a commitment to actively work to dismantle racism.


What can you do?


We listen for the voice of Jesus in our private acts of devotion and public acts of worship. 


United Methodists Stand Against Racism. Image by United Methodist Communications.

We begin our work by joining hands and hearts to journey side by side. 

Show up

We seek to be present at the rally, to participate in the conversation, to hear the pain of others, and for opportunities to use our voices for change.


Jesus calls us not only to speak, but to join in the work of liberating the oppressed.

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