The United Methodist Church

Conference office now closed until further notice

The Eastern PA Conference office, closed since March 20, now will be closed until further notice. Our staff is working remotely from home. Conference business operations are continuing during the regular office hours of 8 AM to 5 PM. Read more…

More News & Features

BMCR focuses on separation plans, leadership views

By John W. ColemanMarch 23, 2020 | KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UM News) Much of the annual meeting of the African American caucus of The United Methodist Church focused on major… Read more

Take your church to the world. Connect through technology

Learn about live streaming, video calls, online giving.View our recorded Zoom training now. In a Zoom video-conference training Thursday, March 19, the Eastern PA Conference offered church leaders plenty of how-to’s for… Read more

Camps suspend spring events due to COVID-19

Friends, Camp and Retreat Ministry is a vital ministry of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church and will continue to serve our churches during this challenging time…. Read more

United Methodist News

Conference-wide Holy Week Worship, April 8

April 8, 2020 @ 11:30 am

Bishop Peggy Johnson and the Eastern PA Conference Cabinet will lead conference churches and members in a mid-Holy Week online worship service on Wednesday, April 8, at 11:30 AM. The… Read more

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CONAM Spring Program

April 19, 2020 @ 4:00 pm

April 19, 2020 at 4 PM – Zoom online meeting EPA CoNAM Presents Indian Country’s Hidden Figures: Outstanding Native American Women

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2020 FAMLP Retreat

April 26, 2020

‘Seeing Your Community as Your Church’ Nehemiah 2:11-18 Peninsula-Delaware and Eastern Pennsylvania Conferences Fellowship of Associate Members and Local Pastors Annual Retreat April 26-28, 2020 Camp Pecometh 136 Bookers Wharf… Read more

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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.