Lay Leader of Dumbarton UMC in Washington, DC, speaks out for repeal of DADT in our denomination.
A network related to active United Methodists who have an intense interest in the issues that arise in the conversation between science and religion.
This is an interesting reflection on the nature of sin, excerpted from Glenn Tinder's book, "The Fabric of Hope: An Essay."
The Oremus Bible Browser permits quick access to any passage in the New Revised Standard Version or the Authorized (King James) Version
The NRSV is the most current in the long line of English bibles descended from the Bishops' Bible of 1556, including the King James (Authorized) Version.
The Moose Lake UMC belong to the Minnesota Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. This links you to the conference web site, and to the Northeast District also.
Cokesbury is the retail division of The United Methodist Publishing House. The United Methodist Publishing House, founded in 1789, is a publisher and distributor to The United Methodist Church and the greater Christian community. At Cokesbury, our Mission is to provide quality resources and services that help people know God through Jesus Christ, love God, and choose to serve God and neighbor.
Interesting source of insights on the U.S. religious scene.
Text by John G. McEllhenney, one hundred twenty-eight illustrations from the Archives and History Center of the United Methodist Church, from the book published by Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1984.
John Wesley's teachings on Christian doctrine are best reflected in the extensive body of his sermonic work.
Faith in Public Life, founded by a diverse alliance of religious leaders, envisions a country in which diverse religious voices for justice and the common good consistently impact public policy; and those who use religion as a tool of division and exclusion do not dominate public discourse.
The Rev Karen Oliveto, pastor of Glide Memorial UMC in San Francisco, is a friend and colleague of Pastor Rick.
MLUMC member John Wolforth's blog.
MLUMC member John Wolforth's blog.
Bible Gateway offers many versions to explore, including the New International Version, the New King James Version, and Eugene Peterson's exciting translation, The Message.
Equal Exchange is a founding member of the International Fair Trade Association,
Provides leadership and resources in the areas of spiritual growth and development, devotional literature, curriculum resources, Christian education, evangelism, worship, stewardship, and ministry of the laity. The General Board of Discipleship oversees The Upper Room.
Responsible to witness to Jesus Christ throughout the world, to recruit and send missionaries, to raise the awareness and support of persons in local churches for global mission, and to assist in the development of Christian churches and leadership.
Challenges United Methodists to work in areas of important social concern and develops resources to inform, motivate, and train United Methodists on issues of social justice in the society.
Prepares and assists people to fulfill their ordained ministries and to provide general oversight for campus ministries and institutions of higher education.
Advocates for and works toward Christian unity in every aspect of the life of The United Methodist Church. It works to enable ecumenical and interreligious understanding and experience among all United Methodists.
Challenges The United Methodist Church to a commitment to the full participation of women in the complete life and mission of the church. The commission serves as an advocate for and on behalf of women, seeks to eliminate inequities in relation to women in the church, and monitors the general agencies, institutions, and connectional structures to ensure inclusiveness of women.
Focused on bringing about full and equal participation of the racial and ethnic constituencies in The United Methodist Church. The commission carries out its work through advocacy of the issues and by reviewing and monitoring the practices of the denomination.
Gathers, preserves, and disseminates materials on the history of The United Methodist Church and its antecedents. It maintains archives and a library in which the historical records are kept.
These include United Methodist Communications, the General Council on Finance and Administration, the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits, the Connectional Table, the United Methodist Publishing House, and the General Commission on United Methodist Men.
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