A growing number of students are taking advantage of the online courses offered by BeADisciple. Certifications are avalable in specialties including children’s ministry, evangelism, spiritual formation and Christian care and counseling.
Over a busy three and half hours, United Methodist bishops spent the last day of their fall online meeting making a range of decisions on church life and global challenges.
The Council of Bishops ended its Fall meeting on Friday having spent time in worship, plenary and covenant groups as they seek God’s guidance to lead The United Methodist Church.
The Council of Bishops has cast a vision for a future United Methodist Church that transcends the labels many church members use to describe themselves.
Bishop Bickerton addressed the Council of Bishops of the United Methodist Church for the first time as incoming president on Friday, November 5, 2021.
Your church can make a covenant, pray for and support our 220 missionaries serving in 60 countries sharing the good news, inviting all to warm themselves in the light of Christ, and transforming the world for the Kin-dom of God.
Statistics say that one out of every five people in the general population will experience a mental illness, such as anxiety or depression, during their lifetime. Unfortunately, comparable statistics for clergy aren’t much different.
Whether it's helpful information from NYAC leadership, free learning opportunities or updates from around the connection, there's lots more great news to share this month.
Bishop Thomas Bickerton, the residential bishop of New York Conference, was elected today as the next president of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church during the bishops’ online meeting via Zoom.
As plans for denominational separation ramp up, bishops start their fall meeting with a focus on the continuing United Methodist Church.
A group of United Methodists is urging bishops to allow congregations that want to do so to leave with property now — rather than wait for General Conference.
While recognizing the weariness of aid workers after disasters around the world, the board of United Methodist Global Ministries and the United Methodist Committee on Relief forged ahead, approving more than $10 million in grants at their fall board meeting.
This year, people called Methodist on both sides of the Atlantic are celebrating the 250th anniversary of Francis Asbury’s crossing from England to America.
As the world develops and changes, churches are embracing those changes and adapting in order to reach a new generation.
United Methodist churches that have sponsored Boy Scout troops can expect to receive a “disclosure statement package” from the Boy Scouts of America regarding its pending bankruptcy proceeding.