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The Eastern PA Conference of the United Methodist Church is made up of about 415 churches, which serve nearly 103,000 members in 16 counties. Learn more.

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UMs support sojourners seeking asylum

As “caravans” of several thousand Central American asylum-seekers join thousands more undocumented immigrants in their persistent quest for U.S. residency, many religious groups, among them United Methodists, are on the… Read more

Cabinet workday joins labor of love at Cornwells UMC

Bishop Peggy Johnson brought her Cabinet to Cornwells UMC at Cornwell Heights in Bensalem for its annual  “workday” in the mission field Nov. 29. The workday, held during or around… Read more

District working to fund children’s eye care in Congo

The South District’s is raising $50,000 to provide ophthalmological eye care for children at the new Pediatric Clinic in Mpasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC); and they are just… Read more

United Methodist News

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Local Pastor Licensing School: Christian Education

January 19, 2019

Christian Education: Michael Roberts, Dec. 8, 2018, Jan. 5 and 19, 2019 at the EPA Conference Center 2019-20 Local Pastor Licensing School Application Register now if you are interested in Pastoral Ministry… Read more

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Equipping Church Leaders

January 19, 2019 @ 8:30 am

Equipping Church Leaders Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 9 – 11:30am (Snow Date: January 26) (Registration, Light Breakfast, and Fellowship from 8:30-9am) at Faith UMC, 1290 Fruitville Pike, Lititz, PA… Read more

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Connectional Table (CT) via ZOOM Video Conf. & Conf. Call

January 22, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

January 22, 2019 7-8:pm – CT mtg. via ZOOM Video Conference Call &  Conference Call Contact Felicia Anderson: fanderson@epaumc.org  

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Prepare For Winter’s Wrath

In many places, frigid temperatures and snow are on the way. Even warmer climates can experience freezing and snowfall at least once during the winter. This year, plan ahead so that you are ready to respond to severe winter weather:

  1. Prevent frozen pipes by identifying pipes most likely exposed to freezing temperatures
  2. If heavy snow is expected, have a plan to remove snow and prevent roof damage or collapse
  3. Prepare for weather emergencies by having an emergency kit ready to go

Winter weather can be damaging and dangerous. View the Severe Winter Weather Checklist from Church Mutual’s partner IBHS for more information, or visit our website Ask Risk Control Central to contact one of our professional risk consultants.