Women’s History Month: Revivalist Phoebe Palmer

This Methodist feminist and theologian was a popular preacher and speaker at camp revivals, more than a century before women gained clergy rights. View

Commission on Religion and Race Report: Report for April 2019 – 03/26/2019

Commission on Religion and Race
Chairperson: Revs. Susan Worrell & Alicia Julia-Stanley
Report submitted by: Rev. Susan Worrell; rev.s.worrell@gmail.com; (484) 883-7628
Date submitted: 03/26/2019

The Rev. Kenneth E. Buckwalter

We received word of the death of The Rev. Kenneth E. Buckwalter, retired full member, who passed away on March 21, 2019. Prior to his retirement in 1989, he served… Read more

Mrs. Doris Pottieger

We have received word that Doris Arlene Pottieger, surviving spouse of the Rev. Cecil P.E. Pottieger, passed away on January 18, 2019 at age 90. Rev. Pottieger served the following… Read more

How to stay connected after a conflict

In every relationship, conflict is possible. Disagreements occur in families, church committee meetings, parking lots and wherever else human beings gather. Those differences…

Women’s History Month
Frances Willard, a Methodist Pioneer

At the 2019 session of General Conference in St. Louis, Mo., there were quite a few women delegates. That is a far cry from the experience…

Reading Eagle covers Bishop Johnson’s GC2019 report

Peggy Johnson speaks to about 100 members at West Lawn church Written by David Mekeel WEST LAWN — Bishop Peggy Johnson stressed unity on Saturday morning as she addressed more… Read more

Four Stations of the Holy Spirit, March 30

Last Day to Register is Wednesday, March 27th! The Conference Congregational Development Team will host Four Stations of the Holy Spirit on Saturday March 30th…

Musing a Methodist Mulligan: Reflections on General Conference 2019

by David E. Woolverton I’ve been a church pastor for over thirty years; consequently, there’s still a lot that I have to learn.  Yet, there’s one thing I do know:… Read more

Musings after 2019 Special Session of General Conference

By Clarita Anderman Krall Numbness!                 Disbelief!                                 Profound disappointment!                                                 Frustration!                                                                 Utter sadness!                                                                                 Depression!                                                                                                 Mourning!                                                               Anger and a call to arms, figuratively speaking, to continue the… Read more