John Wesley stain glass, photo by Ronny Perry, UMNS

Our deeply-rooted Wesleyan heritage empowers United Methodists around the globe to live out our faith in vital and active ways.

Caring for God’s people and creation, living into ethnic and theological diversity, and inviting all into a deeper relationship with Jesus are some of the ways The United Methodist Church works to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Derrick Scott is an Executive Director with the Wesley Foundation

Who We Are

United Methodist People of God

We asked United Methodists from around the globe why they love being United Methodist.

In the June 2021 edition of "Get Them Talking," we thank God for our church and the connection we feel with one another. Photo of Oakdale United Methodist Church near Deshler, Ohio, by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

Ways We Grow

Get Them Talking: Our church

Start a conversation with your family about the importance of being a part of a United Methodist church community where we can do more together than by ourselves.


Our Wesleyan heritage

Living a vital faith