In the wake of the Orlando shooting, Northern Light Church sent 200 "love letters" to Orlando—one of which arrived in the mailbox of a United Methodist pastor.
Bishop Ough and several other United Methodist bishops share their thoughts about race issues and recent violence across the country.
“The building will continue to be a place of prayer, peace, and justice work in the inner city,” said Rev. Paul Marzahn, the nonprofit's president.
Bishop Ough expressed joy after learning about his reassignment to the Dakotas-Minnesota Area and talked about what's ahead for the next four years.
Bishop Ough has been reassigned to the Dakotas-Minnesota Area through 2020, and newly minted Bishop David Alan Bard will go to the Michigan Area.
View complete coverage of the Jurisdictional Conference, which took place July 13-16 in Peoria, Illinois.
At this workshop, you'll learn how to bring governance, strategy and engagement in line with your ministry goals.
Join other United Methodists for an evening of big-league action and fun as the Twins play the Detroit Tigers at Target Field. Bishop Bruce Ough will throw out ...
Plans are being made for a day of spirited learning
"Each day I continued to find hope—or hope kept finding me."
The process of assessing candidates has gotten even harder this year as we consider the many great unknowns facing our church. How will we be in unity together?
The pond has become for me a microcosm for the whole cycle of life. There is birth and death, summer and winter, solitude and community.
I leave with hope! God is clearly calling new leaders for a new time, and I am so blessed to be a part of the new thing God is doing.
We are not all of one mind on many issues. These divides can make life as a church hard. But I'm reminded that we are at our best when we join together.
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church