Churches, ministries see fear over immigration policy
Trump’s tougher policy felt at churches, ministries in San Antonio.
Transforming young adults into Christian leaders
When United Methodists join an ecumenical leadership-training program this week, they will be part of a 122-year-old denominational connection to the World Student Christian Federation.
Liberian bishop calls for women’s inclusion
In an episcopal message for International Women’s Month, Bishop Samuel Quire Jr. encouraged congregations to show women ‘they are partners in everything we do.’
Offering solidarity to Cubans stuck at border
Methodists in both countries offer food, water and other supplies to Cubans who find themselves in an immigration limbo on Mexico-U.S. border.
Schism threat has some churches caught in middle
Pastors of United Methodist congregations with diverse views on homosexuality worry that a painful choice looms.
Muyombo elected bishop in Congo
The executive director for the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries was the fourth and final bishop elected at the Central Congo Conference.
Owan elected as bishop in Congo
University president is third pastor elected as bishop by Congo Central Conference delegates.