Find out what it’s like at the U.S.-Mexico border in this feature article by Kathy L. Gilbert of United Methodist News Service, with photos by Mike DuBose
Three Native Americans – two of them United Methodist clergy – pray outside the facility for the welfare of detained children housed in the Casa Padre Child Detention Center in Brownsville, Texas
Delegates hope that the Holy Spirit will inspire the specially called 2019 General Conference with wisdom regarding plans for church unity, but they still have preferences among the three models.
The United Methodist Women’s Assembly kicks off with a demonstration on behalf of a fair living wage and proclamations of hope as it celebrates 150 years of women’s mission work.
May 15, 2018 | UMNS
United Methodists gather in Washington, D.C., to participate in a national anti-racism event marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
United Methodist black leaders who worked with or knew Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reflect on the gains and challenges of racial justice in the half-century after King’s assassination April 4, 1968.
A jurisdictional appeals committee has sent complaints against the Rev. David Meredith, a gay pastor who married his longtime partner, back to the West Ohio Conference for another proceeding.
The North Central Jurisdiction Committee on Appeals has 20 days to decide if the West Ohio process rightly dismissed two charges against the Rev. David Meredith, a gay pastor who married his longtime companion in 2016.
A United Methodist teacher who accompanied students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to the Florida state capital says she supports the teens’ efforts at convincing lawmakers to legislate better gun safety.