The United Methodist Church is the largest of the churches of the Wesleyan tradition. Originating in the United States under the leadership of John Wesley and Francis Asbury, it is now growing most rapidly in Africa and has a significant presence throughout the world. The UMC is the successor in the United States to the Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren, which merged in the 1960s.
Chelsea, Michigan. Offers resident care for all religious and cultural backgrounds with accommodations from independent apartments to specialized nursing care services.
The primary book and resource stores for the United Methodist Church. Also serves a variety of other denominations with an ecumenical orientation.
Offers international resources, blogs, webinars, and music for congregational worship.
Dedicated to helping people decide if God is calling them into ministry.
A locator for churches, ministries, schools, and other UM organizations.
Reminding the church to practice evangelism and seeking "to make evangelism more visible and practicable." An affiliate of the UMC General Board of Discipleship.
Highest legislative body in The United Methodist Church. Includes overview, articles, journey, directory and news.
The official website for the quadrennial world legislative meeting of the whole denomination.
The official page for the 2004 meeting of the entire denomination.
Promotes study, preservation, and dissemination of the history of the United Methodist Church and its antecedent bodies. Officers, sections, genealogy, publications and membership.
Offers an overview and a list, with contacts, of all their churches.
Offers overview, school and child care programs conducted at the facilities in Greeneville, Tennessee, adoption and foster care, adventure programs available, and online donations.
Features over 300 MIDI files and lyrics from the United Methodist Hymnal.
Includes links to important UM groups, churches, and districts, contact information, news, historical background, theology, and doctrine.
Affiliated with the UMC General Board of Discipleship. Promotes guided weekends away from home to help married and engaged couples learn how to communicate and shared together more fully and openly.
Information, events, newsletter and networking.
Powered by the Holy Spirit, 'Rethink Church' serves as a catalyst that moves the denomination, and those we hope to reach, into dialogue -- and ultimately, into transformative, collaborative action. What if church were a verb? What would it look like?
National mission institution of the General Board of Global Ministries based in Osage, West Virginia. Includes child development, food pantry, housing rehabilitation and senior citizens programs. Calendar, staff, programs and funding.
Telling stories of stewardship, giving, and the funds of the church.
An event to introduce the supplement to the United Methodist Hymnal.
Mission organization based in Norcross, Georgia, recruits, trains, and sends missionaries around the world. Features short-term, intern, and career opportunities.
Official online ministry includes a news service, articles on beliefs, mission updates, ministry tools, and topics. Locate churches, ministries, and offices.
Developed by the United Methodist General Commission on Archives and History.
Telling stories and sharing with news agencies.
A voluntary professional association providing recognition, training, fellowship, dialogue, standards and other information.
Creates and administers permanent charitable endowment funds to strengthen and expand United Methodist ministry in Arkansas. Offers overview, ministries, news and giving.
Links to many original John Wesley documents from the General Board of Global Ministries and other historical materials.
Official news agency. Offers daily news and weekly summaries. Gathers news of The United Methodist Church for dissemination to the religious and secular media, the church's web site, and e-mail subscribers.
The United Methodist Union works to strengthen and revitalize our congregations and mission agencies to serve their communities in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan.
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