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#BeUMC discussion guide
Use with small groups to learn more about the campaign’s four key messaging themes and how they celebrate our identity as United Methodists.
Resources to fight human trafficking
United Methodists are committed to fighting global human trafficking. Here are some resources developed by fellow United Methodists to aid in the fight.Learn More
Health and Wholeness
Updating COVID-19 protocols in response to omicron
With new spikes in COVID-19 cases since the emergence of the omicron variant, it may be time for churches to update their safety protocols.Learn more
We are the church. Together. Let's #BeUMC.
The #BeUMC campaign calls us to embrace our Wesleyan heritage and envision a promising future. Every day offers a chance to live into our mission and to strive to #BeUMC — to be the church our communities so desperately need. This grassroots effort, built upon powerful stories of congregations and people living their faith, celebrates what draws us to The United Methodist Church and what we aspire to be.
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Agencies provide resources and services that equip local congregations and provide a connection for ministry throughout the world. These organizations can be found at all levels of the connection (churchwide, regional and local).
General Commission on Religion and Race
Religion & Race
Leading The United Methodist Church to become intentionally diverse is the primary mission of the General Commission on Religion and Race. It advocates for the full and equal participation of racial and ethnic constituencies in the church and monitors denominational practices.Learn More
General Commission on United Methodist Men
United Methodist Men
As it involves men in a growing relationship to Jesus Christ and his church, United Methodist Men provides resources and support for programs of evangelism, stewardship and the needs of men. It also leads the church’s scouting ministries.Learn More
General Board of Church and Society
Church & Society
Using Scripture, The Social Principles and The Book of Resolutions as core documents, the General Board of Church and Society challenges United Methodists to work in areas of social concern and on issues of social justice.Learn More
General Board of Discipleship
Discipleship Ministries provides resources and services that assist clergy and laity leaders in local churches, districts and annual conferences as they seek to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.Learn More
General Council on Finance and Administration
Finance & Administration
The General Council on Finance and Administration manages the finances and operational needs of The United Methodist Church and serves as the general treasurer of the denomination.Finance and Administration
General Commission on the Status and Role of Women
Status & Role of Women
The General Commission on Status and Role of Women challenges The United Methodist Church to commit to the full participation of women in the life and mission of the church.Learn More
General Board of Pension and Health Benefits
Wespath supervises and administers the pension and benefits programs, plans and funds of The United Methodist Church. It administers and disburses the retirement and benefit funds of the various annual conferences.Learn More
General Board of Global Ministries
The General Board of Global Ministries connects the church from everywhere to everywhere in mission through sending and supporting missionaries, engaging volunteers, planting churches, addressing poverty and global health and responding to disasters.Learn More
General Commission on Archives and History
Archives & History
The General Commission on Archives and History gathers, preserves and disseminates materials on the history of The United Methodist Church and its antecedents. It serves scholars and church members alike through archives and a library of resources.Learn More
General Commission on United Methodist Women
United Methodist Women
United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.Learn More
Gen Board of Higher Education & Ministry
Higher Education and Ministry
The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) serves Christian leaders around the world who are defined, formed and shaped by a process of intellectual engagement, spiritual and character formation, and leadership development.Learn More
General Commission on Communications
United Methodist Communications tells the story of the church’s work around the world and equips United Methodists with communications tools, resources and training to share the story of God’s love.Learn More
The United Methodist Publishing House
The United Methodist Publishing House develops, produces and distributes print, digital and multimedia resources and supplies for Christian clergy and laity. Its primary responsibility is for the publishing and distribution of materials for The United Methodist Church.Learn More
YOU impact communities
We have an opportunity to make an impact in communities and support our neighbors that may lack tools or resources to reach their full God-given potential.
The Human Relations Day special offering benefits neighborhood ministries through Community Developers, community advocacy through United Methodist Voluntary Services and work with at-risk teens through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation Program.
Your contributions spark hope, develop skills and reimagine neighborhoods. Please give generously on Human Relations Day.
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Lent 2022 Small Group Study on Anti-racism
GCORR is excited to offer a new Lenten resource for congregations and small groups. This study connects our Lenten traditions and work to dismantle racism.Read more
Health and Wholeness
It is okay not to be okay
Pastor S. Michael Greene shares his experiences being overwhelmed during the pandemic and the need for clergy to acknowledge when they need help.Learn more
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