The Rev. Jeremy Smith offers his congregation’s experience in keeping care and connection with your congregation when you are unable to gather in groups, large or small, because of the COVID-19 lockdown.
With more churches turning to online worship amid the COVID-19 health crisis, the Rev. Jeremy Smith outlines options for bring worship to people via the internet.
Last week, I wrote on Hacking Christianity that I expected there to be more than 2-3 denominations when the dust settled from the Protocol.
The “Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation” requires a delicate sequence of events to work, and the Rev. Jeremy Smith isn’t sure which part comes first.
Legislation to enact the negotiated “Protocol of Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation” is now public, and the Rev. Jeremy Smith has given it sharp scrutiny.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith points out the discrepancies in the Protocol’s timeline that benefit traditionalists and undercut progressives.
Resolution of complaints of sexual misconduct against the Rev. Donald “Bud” Heckman show how unjust the United Methodist system is to victims of sexual aggressions, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The new cycle of the Common Lectionary, Year A, focuses on biblical passages that encounter followers of Jesus to resist the temptations of the surrounding empire, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith.
The Traditional Plan breaks 200 years of Wesleyan Accountability—unsure what is “traditional” about it! But there’s active hope to restore Wesleyan Accountability to The United Methodist Church.
The Rev. Jeremy Smith traces the history of conservative forces in The United Methodist Church that have led to the creation of the schismatic Wesleyan Covenant Association.