Resources and summaries for explaining who we are as the Minnesota Annual Conference and where we're headed.
Pastor Yolanda Y. Williams explains that Juneteenth did not entirely end the enslavement or forced involuntary servitude of Africans, but its celebration still has a place.
Nearly 20 churches received a grant for a book study, and the impact on each congregation has been significant. You can still apply for a grant.
Here's everything you need to condense two full days of worship, discerning, and celebrating into a succinct report for your congregation.
Many teens encounter white nationalist messaging and toxic representations of marginalized communities through online gaming and social media. How can we help ...
Juneteenth did not entirely end the enslavement or forced involuntary servitude of Africans, but its celebration still has a place.
Bishop David Bard gives updates on disaffiliation, encourages every church to engage in anti-racism work, and shares how we might respond to recent violence.
As Annual Conference nears, Bishop Bard invites us to think about “rain”—a practice to help us respond vs. react, and lean into productivity vs. reactivity.
United Methodist ministries in Lviv, Ukraine are buying a house in a nearby village for internally displaced people to stay.
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