The Council of Bishops encourages United Methodists to pray for unity during the 40 days of Lent 2018.
Students from United Methodist-related colleges can learn about how to building sustainable communities that live in harmony with their surrounding environments, thanks to a new partnership among three colleges and a church agency.
A Lenten series prepared by Discipleship Ministries staff.
The lectures are named for the late Bishop Melvin Wheatley.
Religious themes in secular media of all kinds can be submitted to a national faith-based communicators’ organization for its annual awards competition.
Uniting Methodists offers assistance in a campaign to encourage expressions of unity during the 2018 annual conference season.
In the wake of President Trump’s racist remarks on immigration, the General Commission on Religion and Race offers United Methodists some resources for responding to racism in their communities.
Local churches now can be listed on Guidestar, which opens up more online giving channels, thanks to the General Council on Finance and Administration.
Reconciling Ministries Network has issued a public renewal of its commitment supporting the full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the life and leadership of The United Methodist Church.
Young adults are offered scholarships to attend events this spring on Christian unity and interreligious training.