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LDS church to pay into Boy Scouts’ victims fund

17 september, 2021 - 21:18
The United Methodist Church continues to be part of negotiations in the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy, but another religious group has agreed to pay $250 million to a fund for victims of Scouting-related sex abuse.

Congo church relaunches FM radio station

17 september, 2021 - 21:14
The United Methodist Church recently reopened its FM radio station in Kinshasa, with the potential to reach more than 17 million listeners in the region.

Leading Sierra Leone after tragedy

16 september, 2021 - 17:11
Interim Bishop Warner H. Brown Jr. reflects on the past year leading the Sierra Leone Conference and shares his hopes for the future.

Supporting Wesleyan evangelism amid pandemic

15 september, 2021 - 19:58
In this time of global pandemic, World Methodist Evangelism continues its 50 years of work equipping people to share Christ’s love across continents.

A call to examine United Methodist real estate

15 september, 2021 - 17:20
As more houses of worship close or seek to redevelop their property, individual congregations must collect and assess data to determine their future.

Reyes, jurist for nation and church, dies

14 september, 2021 - 22:07
Justice Ruben T. Reyes served on both the Supreme Court of the Philippines and the top court of The United Methodist Church.

Celebrating Asbury’s impact on 2 shores

14 september, 2021 - 20:57
The 250th anniversary of Francis Asbury’s crossing of the Atlantic from England to America is being celebrated jointly by the Methodist Church of Britain and The United Methodist Church.

Church work continues in Afghanistan

10 september, 2021 - 19:16
The chaotic scene as people fled Afghanistan while the Taliban took over doesn’t mean that United Methodists are through trying to help there.

Conference sues for control of megachurch

9 september, 2021 - 22:57
After a failed attempt at mediation, the North Georgia Conference trustees have sued Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church seeking the transfer of assets.

United Methodist connection kicks in after Ida

8 september, 2021 - 22:19
Church damage reports mount in Louisiana and Northeast, but spared areas are helping, including a $100,000 donation from the Alabama-West Florida Conference to the Louisiana Conference.

Finding light in the darkness of 9/11

8 september, 2021 - 20:10
United Methodists rose to the challenge of caring for survivors of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but many of these helpers needed support afterward for their own trauma.

AU student copes with father’s death from COVID-19

8 september, 2021 - 17:58
Studying online with two younger siblings, Mellan Nyagato battles grief and worries about the future.

Texas abortion law threatens ministry

7 september, 2021 - 18:17
Early in his ministry, the Rev. Bill Lawrence served as counselor to pregnant women considering their options. Under a new Texas law, such a pastoral role could lead to lawsuits.

Research shows Black churches’ resilience

7 september, 2021 - 17:46
Gammon Theological Seminary president lauds innovation and adaptability of Black United Methodist congregations in coping with the unprecedented challenges posed by COVID-19.

United Methodists pitch in with Afghan resettlement

2 september, 2021 - 21:50
Local churches, conferences, agencies and partner nonprofits work to help arriving refugees make a good start in the U.S.

COVID-19 vaccination named missional priority

2 september, 2021 - 20:54
The Connectional Table, which acts as a church council for the denomination, boosts United Methodist efforts to get people around the globe inoculated against COVID-19.

A lamentation with hope for Afghanistan

1 september, 2021 - 21:04
Watching the news of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan reminds the Rev. Thomas Kim of time he spent with missionaries there following his brother-in-law’s death in a bombing.

Nigeria bishop convenes meeting to address violence

1 september, 2021 - 17:44
The meeting was prompted by the Aug. 2 murder of a farmer in Munga Dosso, followed by the killings of several Fulani herdsmen.

Hurricane Ida takes out church buildings

31 augusti, 2021 - 23:56
Storm causes widespread damage in southeast Louisiana, including to United Methodist churches and parsonages.

Remembering a civil rights giant

31 augusti, 2021 - 20:03
"Rip" Patton, who died Aug. 24 at age 81, was a Freedom Rider in the 1960s and never stopped challenging people to build a better world.

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