This workshop is open to all who have completed the Changing Racism or Healing the Wounds of Racism Workshops at any time. Register now, before Nov. 27!
United Methodist Church bishops are calling on members of the denomination to engage in respectful conversations amidst growing conflict over political, religious and justice issues in many places in our… Read more
As we prepare for the annual observation of Veteran’s Day, November 11, I would like to call to your attention a wonderful resource produced by our United Methodist Men: Strength for Service to God and Country.
“Hope! Talks,” a recent Eastern PA Conference seminar offering short, upbeat, revealing, TED Talk-style* presentations, sought to provide nearly 200 local church leaders with what its hopeful subtitle promised: “Inspiration… Read more
Do you want to strategically reach and draw new people to your church? Renowned church growth strategist and coach Tom Bandy will return to our area November 13-15 to teach clergy and lay leaders… Read more
Oct.16 was “take your church to work day” for the Rev. Samuel Kofi Ashley, when he took members of Mount Pocono UMC to the State Capitol in Harrisburg, where he served…
United Methodist bishops find themselves “off the map” as they try to navigate a way forward through the church’s impasse over the practice of homosexuality and whether it is acceptable… Read more
Remembering a 500-year-old divergence in their common faith journey, clergy of many folds, including two of our own members, came together on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29, to bless the tie that binds… Read more
Our country is still reeling from the recent incident in New York City where a terrorist brutally ran over and killed innocent people with a truck. Now we learn of another heinous, hateful act of unbelievable violence against innocent…
Paola Rosas Weed learned that her large family had survived the devastating earthquake that struck Mexico City in September. But she knew that, having left their homes and living in their cars and makeshift shelters…