- Church must hear Hispanic/Latino voices November 24, 2020The lack of voices from Latin America represents a major gap in the global conversations occurring in The United Methodist Church.
- Taking concrete steps to move against racism November 24, 2020United Methodist conferences are confronting the sin of racism through prayers, calls for justice and education on white supremacy.
- Estimating financial impact of church exits November 23, 2020United Methodist financial leaders voted on agencies’ 2021 budgets at the same time they looked at the costs of a potential church split and a proposal to reduce bishops.
- United Methodists rally to help typhoon survivors November 20, 2020From sheltering evacuees to raising money, gathering supplies and sharing generators, Filipino United Methodists and church partners are embracing those affected by recent storms.
- Former missionary to South Korea dies at 91 November 20, 2020A well-loved missionary, the Rev. George Ogle, was honored earlier this year by the government of the Republic of Korea.
- McClain, theologian and civil rights leader, dies at 82 November 19, 2020The Rev. William Bobby McClain, a civil rights leader and one of the founders of The United Methodist Church’s black caucus, died at 82.
- The making of Thanksgiving in the US November 19, 2020With this year marking the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ arrival in North America, it’s worth revisiting the good — and the bad — of how the U.S. holiday developed.
- Church celebrates end of measles, Ebola outbreaks in Congo November 19, 2020United Methodist health centers in remote areas were key in helping to immunize children and end a measles epidemic that killed more than 7,000.
- A manifesto for saving old church buildings November 18, 2020The Rev. Thomas Frank, United Methodist polity expert, is the author of the new book “Historic Houses of Worship in Peril.”
- 2020 South Carolina Annual Conference November 18, 2020Oct. 17, virtual.