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Healing the hurt in Brooklyn Center: How you can help

Rev. Rich Zeck talks about what it's like to minister in this time and place and shares ways that United Methodists can assist.

Bishop's pastoral letter: Repairing the breach, restoring the streets

As the Derek Chauvin trial takes place and the Twin Cities reacts to Daunte Wright's death, Bishop David Bard urges us to continue the work of racial reckoning.

Bishop’s pastoral letter: Staying in orange phase amid surge in cases

Amid an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, we will remain in the orange phase of our Re-Gathering Plan.

Submit your video stories and bloopers!

Share your creative ministry and blooper videos for the 2021 Annual Conference. Choose one of two thank you gifts if your creative ministry video is selected.

Rev. Lauren Rheingans receives Francis Asbury Award

Rheingans has taken ministry out of the building and onto campus, formed a partnership with Centennial UMC, and empowered students to lead.
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Holy Week: A Week of Wonder

Bishop David Bard

Bishop David Bard explores how Holy Week is a week of wonder—and notes that Easter becomes the beginning and the end of all our wondering.

5 reasons to make much of post-COVID fall 2021

Ben Ingebretson

Now is the time to plan for your church to show radical hospitality and invite your community post-COVID. Here are five reasons to make much of this fall.

Taking time to grieve

Jody Thone

It's important to tend to our "corners of sorrow," and here are four steps of lament to help you do that.

The Joyful Journey: Holding it together

Bishop David Bard

Lent is a time to acknowledge that we don’t always have it all together and that sometimes we fray and unravel a bit. It is then especially that we need God.

Lenten greeting: Practicing the disciplines of love

Bishop David Bard

Bishop Bard invites us to spend Lent honing the disciplines of love—patience, kindness, thoughtfulness, and humility—and reminds us that we are loved by God.

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At North UMC, ‘faith is community’

North United Methodist Church is big on community outreach. One of its most well known ministries is its clothing closet, through which residents in need can ...

At Thief River Falls UMC, talents, denominations combine for Imagine No Malaria

Three talented musicians who attend a nearby Lutheran church heard about Thief River Falls’ ambitious fundraising goal for Imagine No Malaria and offered to ...

Blooming Grove runs for the loaves and sings for (others’) supper

On Oct. 2, a clear, bright, and cool fall Saturday, Blooming Grove United Methodist Church attracted 76 runners and walkers for their first “Run for the Loaves”...

Brooklyn UMC youth offer token of warmth and comfort for families of Sandy Hook victims

In response to the Dec. 14 shooting in which twenty children and six school administrators were killed, youth from Brooklyn United Methodist Church (Brooklyn ...

Byron UMC brings help and hope to refugee camps in Afghanistan

Byron United Methodist Church’s confirmation class project collected 500 pairs of shoes, which went to a refugee camp in Afghanistan. Church members went to a ...
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