The National Council of Churches is spearheading a new effort by multiple faith-based organizations to end racism in America.
Generous giving from local United Methodist congregations through their regional units has resulted in a record level of fully paid fair-share contributions known as “apportionments.”
While praying for victims of the Sutherland Springs church massacre and advocating for better gun control, United Methodists also looked again at their churches’ security measures.
Before and after the recent Judicial Council rulings on human sexuality cases, LGBTQ advocates issued statements saying they would continue their efforts for full inclusion in The United Methodist Church.
United Methodists report they are both fleeing northern California’s rampant wildfires and giving shelter to other evacuees.