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RSS United Methodist News Service – Recent Articles

  • United Methodists killed in Congo attack
    According to the superintendent of the Beni District, a faithful United Methodist woman and two of her children were among at least 13 people killed during the latest violence in the village of Komanda in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ituri province.
  • Fresh Expressions movement offers hope
    An effort for church revitalization that is part of United Methodist Discipleship Ministries, Fresh Expressions held its first national conference. The strategies discussed included informal meetings in brew pubs, coffee shops, campgrounds, private homes and on digital platforms.
  • New discipleship program kicks off in Philippines
    Called “Lakbayin” or “journey,” the Manila Area program aims to make disciples as mandated by the Great Commission (Matthew 28). Lessons can be contextualized according to geographic locations and local church situations.
  • United Methodists embrace Amy-Jill Levine
    An Abingdon Press book series by Levine, an acclaimed Jewish scholar of the New Testament, has been a hit with Sunday school classes and other small groups, yielding her speaking invitations from many churches.
  • WCA and Good News still lobbying
    The traditionalist groups plan to be active at the upcoming United Methodist General Conference, despite having aligned with the Global Methodist Church.
  • United Methodists among flood survivors in Tanzania
    Flooding in the Masai and Morogoro districts affected over 6,300 people, including 300 members of The United Methodist Church. A local United Methodist congregation lost their temporary church.
  • Concerns mount about General Conference prep
    Delegates to The United Methodist Church’s top lawmaking assembly say they have yet to receive critical information that they usually receive months ahead of the big event. General Conference organizers promise that the information is coming soon.
  • Church members dial in for fellowship
    Gordon Memorial United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee, provides Sunday worship service through the church’s conference phone line so participants who can’t attend in person can stay connected.
  • Church leaders bridge faith, politics in Burundi
    Three prominent United Methodists credit their accomplishments to the profound teachings of the church and their faith in God.
  • Social media graphics from UM News
    Meme for Ash Wednesday is available to download and share on social media. The staff at UM News wishes everyone a blessed Lent season.

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