How well prepared is your congregation or annual conference to deal with natural disasters that can occur on top of the coronavirus pandemic?
Church leaders offer advice for perseverance and a guide for pastoral transitions.
Three ecumenical bodies are coming together to sponsor webinars; a church in Illinois creates an uplifting “Hallelujah” video.
Some states are allowing limited re-openings, but bishops and conference leaders continue to advise against in-person gatherings because of health risks.
A online conversation looks at the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color; conferences prepare for re-opening churches although no one knows when that will happen.
The modern COVID-19 plague has stripped away the comfortable veneer of deniability that we built into our institutional systems, revealing our complicity in the suffering that now engulfs the world, writes Cynthia B. Astle
From a Christian perspective, self-care during the coronavirus pandemic begins with checking on one’s spiritual state amid harsh reports of COVID-19 realities.
United Methodist politics bubbles up as the previously scheduled date arrives for the opening of the now-postponed 2020 General Conference.
Lift up your hearts with some good news from Rio Texas and Michigan annual conferences.
Two advocacy organizations will mark what was to be the scheduled opening day of General Conference 2020 with online observances.