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Filipinos speak out against anti-terrorism bill

12 juni, 2020 - 19:11
Manila Area Bishop Ciriaco Q. Francisco called the bill oppressive, while others spoke out against red-tagging and human rights abuses.

IT heroes kept church going during COVID-19

12 juni, 2020 - 18:31
When in-person worship services stopped because of the coronavirus, the swift efforts of information technology church workers allowed many churches to meet online.

Robert E. Lee image out at Boise church

12 juni, 2020 - 00:33
Cathedral of the Rockies, also known as Boise First United Methodist Church, will remove the Confederate general from its stained glass.

#MeToo case ends with surrendered credentials

11 juni, 2020 - 23:23
Donald “Bud” Heckman has left ordained ministry under complaint after facing an earlier complaint of sexual misconduct and abuse brought by four women.

Confronting ridiculous 'logic' of white supremacy

11 juni, 2020 - 19:59
The church must decide between self-justifications for racism and honest claims to justice.

Kenyan women shift sewing ministry during pandemic

10 juni, 2020 - 19:16
United Methodists provide face masks and food to communities struggling during the coronavirus and a locust invasion.

Police reform must involve reconciliation

10 juni, 2020 - 18:54
A former police officer, African American man and clergyman writes about the need for reform coupled with reconciliation.

Keeping heart of camping alive during COVID-19

10 juni, 2020 - 17:15
Because of COVID-19, many United Methodist camps have had to cancel this year. That breaks the hearts of camp leaders who know how important the experience is to faith development.

African churches begin to reopen

9 juni, 2020 - 18:49
As countries ease lockdown restrictions, in-person services resume for some, while others proceed with caution.

Delay in elections upends bishops’ plans

9 juni, 2020 - 18:29
With the election of new bishops postponed until 2021 and 2022, those scheduled to retire are making plans for the interim.

Clergy, laity tell harrowing COVID-19 stories

8 juni, 2020 - 20:05
“Respect this virus,” pleads a pastor battling the coronavirus. Others in the denomination who have been directly affected agree.

COVID-19 slows aid to Cyclone Idai survivors

5 juni, 2020 - 18:00
Despite lockdowns, church continues to offer spiritual and material support in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi.

2020 Great Plains Annual Conference

4 juni, 2020 - 23:16
May 30, via teleconference.

Moving beyond protests to stamp out racism

4 juni, 2020 - 19:36
Amid protests and prayer vigils, United Methodists are joining the long-term struggle against oppression and toward reconciliation.

Different vacation Bible school coming this summer

3 juni, 2020 - 18:21
Many churches are opting for a virtual vacation Bible school for the safety and health of children and volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pastor connects through protest hymn

2 juni, 2020 - 20:37
Sparked by the death of George Floyd and others, the Rev. R. DeAndre Johnson shares his own anguished song and finds an internet audience.

Church aids flood survivors in Congo

2 juni, 2020 - 18:32
Donations from Switzerland Methodist Church, Wespath also help pastors and their families struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

Statements against racism

2 juni, 2020 - 01:17
Since protests against police brutality and violence triggered by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others, United Methodist bishops and others have been speaking out.

United Methodists preach, protest and decry racism

2 juni, 2020 - 00:28
Many United Methodists participated in protests in support of Black Lives Matter, calling for an end to police brutality and violence against people of color after the death of George Floyd in police custody.

The risk the white church must take to address racism

1 juni, 2020 - 21:43
“The single greatest obstacle for the white church’s response to racism isn’t silence, it’s being lukewarm. It’s being shallow and timid in how we address racism in the church,” writes The Rev. Eric Mayle.


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