WITTENBERG, Germany (UMNS) — The Reformation led to changes that, 500 years later, still shape Christianity today. Heather Hahn reports on six developments that resulted from Martin Luther’s actions that fateful All Hallows’ Eve. Read the rest here! Interpreter Magazine on the Reformation and the Wesleys
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — “Introduction to Christian Faith: A Deeper Way of Seeing” is a new book published by the United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry. The Rev. Neal F. Fisher, a United Methodist elder and president emeritus of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, is the author. Read the rest here.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (InfoServ) — United Methodists understand the need to confess their sin before God and one another. But do Methodists confess their sins to God or to the pastor? And do pastors have the authority to forgive sins? InfoServ, a ministry of United Methodist Communications, tackles those questions in the latest installment of Ask […]
MUTARE, Zimbabwe (UMNS) — The Africa College of Bishops has proposed the creation of seven central conferences in Africa, which now has three, according to Bishop John Yambasu, president of the college. The plan has been recommended to the Standing Committee on Central Conference Matters. Eveline Chikwanah has the story. Read the rest here
Shopping is even more fun when people around the world are helped by the dollars we spend. The Outreach Council will be holding a Fair Trade Fair in the Fellowship Hall downstairs after our combined worship service on Sunday, October 29. All the items available for purchase have been made by crafters worldwide who receive […]
Pastor Dale Reese will be leading a five week Fall Bible Study using a video study called ‘When God Doesn’t Fix It’ by Laura Story. This video study will be offered at two different times for you to choose from: Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:15pm (October 4, 11, 18, 25 and November 1) or Sundays at […]
Our Annual Church Charge Conference will be held on Monday, October 9, 2017, at 7:00pm. This Church Conference is the annual business meeting where all members have voice and vote about church leadership and salaries for 2018. Presiding over the meeting will be the Rev. Paul Taylor, the Pittsburgh District Superintendent.
Churches across the United States and the globe plan to observe the annual World Communion Sunday on Sunday, October 1, 2017. Most of us have heard about World Communion Sunday but may not know much about where the celebration originated. According to the website of the National Council of Churches, World Communion Sunday began in […]
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