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RSS United Methodist News Service – Recent Articles

  • Filipino lay leaders call for autonomy
    The Board of the Laity in the Philippines held a forum to seek clarity on compounding church issues and called for autonomy, but the three newly elected bishops in the country emphasized their commitment to preserving the unity of the church.
  • Rural churches fuel economies
    Rural churches and their leaders should look beyond the length of the membership rolls and the amount of donations collected to gauge their worth, a new study in North Carolina suggests.
  • Female Methodist reformer graces coin
    Event in South Texas celebrates the United States Mint’s issuing of a quarter bearing the image of Jovita Idár, who drew on her faith in challenging the status quo for Mexican American women.
  • Church court finds bishop not guilty
    After deliberating for more than five hours, a jury of fellow United Methodist clergy rendered a verdict acquitting Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño on all counts.
  • Trial sees defense of bishop, closing remarks
    A jury of fellow United Methodist clergy heard from witnesses defending the actions of Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño, who is facing charges in the denomination’s first trial of a bishop in nearly a century.
  • Joint Mission Consultation welcomes regionalization
    The General Board of Missions of the Korean Methodist Church and the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries held their second Mission Consultation Aug. 30-31 at Kwanglim Methodist Church in Seoul.
  • Witnesses testify in bishop’s trial
    Jurors heard from witnesses who argued United Methodist Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño violated church law.
  • Hollering for Change: Self-care and the “ministry of rest”
    The Rev. Martha Orphe, a United Methodist clergywoman from the Louisiana Conference, shares with Rev. Dr. Tori Butler how prioritizing her ministry over her wellbeing led to a serious health condition.
  • Hollering for Change: Black clergywomen support one another
    The Rev. Dr. Tori Butler speaks with the leadership team of the Black Clergywomen of The United Methodist Church, which held its annual meeting July 31-Aug. 2 in Washington, D.C.
  • Black Clergywomen meet for fellowship, mentorship, empowerment
    The Black Clergywomen of The United Methodist Church caucus gathered in Washington July 31-Aug. 2 for its national meeting. The meeting was an invitation to take off the Superwoman cape and simply “Be You.”

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