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- Church must hear Hispanic/Latino voicesThe lack of voices from Latin America represents a major gap in the global conversations occurring in The United Methodist Church.
- Taking concrete steps to move against racismUnited Methodist conferences are confronting the sin of racism through prayers, calls for justice and education on white supremacy.
- Estimating financial impact of church exitsUnited Methodist financial leaders voted on agencies’ 2021 budgets at the same time they looked at the costs of a potential church split and a proposal to reduce bishops.
- United Methodists rally to help typhoon survivorsFrom sheltering evacuees to raising money, gathering supplies and sharing generators, Filipino United Methodists and church partners are embracing those affected by recent storms.
- Former missionary to South Korea dies at 91A well-loved missionary, the Rev. George Ogle, was honored earlier this year by the government of the Republic of Korea.
- McClain, theologian and civil rights leader, dies at 82The Rev. William Bobby McClain, a civil rights leader and one of the founders of The United Methodist Church’s black caucus, died at 82.
- The making of Thanksgiving in the USWith this year marking the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ arrival in North America, it’s worth revisiting the good — and the bad — of how the U.S. holiday developed.
- Church celebrates end of measles, Ebola outbreaks in CongoUnited Methodist health centers in remote areas were key in helping to immunize children and end a measles epidemic that killed more than 7,000.
- A manifesto for saving old church buildingsThe Rev. Thomas Frank, United Methodist polity expert, is the author of the new book “Historic Houses of Worship in Peril.”
- 2020 South Carolina Annual ConferenceOct. 17, virtual.