NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UMC.org) — The Salvation Army’s red kettles and ringing bells are part of the Christmas season. British Methodist preacher William Booth founded the organization in the 1860s, determined to bring lost souls to Christ and care for their basic needs. United Methodist Communications draws on the expertise of Dale Patterson, of the United […]
At a recent meeting of the Shepherds, it was decided to embrace a new ministry. Many of you are already aware of the Prayer Baskets that have been prepared and given to several of our members experiencing health problems. Thank you to those who have contributed in the past. It is very much appreciated.
According to a study about church life cited on K-Love radio, one of the best ways to make your church a welcoming church is to have coffee and food so that people stay and talk to each other. As such we are striving to re-establish Fellowship Time in the Fellowship Hall after our worship services. […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (InfoServ) — A prolific hymn writer, Charles Wesley wrote several hymns for Advent and Christmas. InfoServ, a ministry of United Methodist Communications, looks at a few of Wesley’s seasonal hymns, including a yuletide favorite, in this week’s installment of Ask the UMC. Read the story here! Ask the UMC page
WASHINGTON — The need for a deeply divided country and church to communicate across that divide was the stimulus for a political theology conference held at Wesley Theological Seminary. The nine presenters and three respondents, along with more than 100 participants, tried to answer the question, “What would John Wesley do in our political climate?” […]
ZURICH, Switzerland (UMNS) — Bishop Patrick Streiff, who presides over the Central and Southern Europe Conference, considers the unity of the church to be a gospel mandate. More than doctrinal issues, “what matters in Christ Jesus is faith working through love,” he writes. Streiff’s commentary is part of “Many Voices, One Faith,” a forum for […]
MONUMENT, Colo. (UMNS) — The Rev. Bob Kaylor, pastor of Tri-Lakes United Methodist Church, believes that unity among Christians — including in The United Methodist Church — doesn’t depend on denominational structure but on “humility, confession, repentance and surrender.” Kaylor’s commentary is part of “Many Voices, One Faith,” a forum for sharing theological perspectives on […]
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