Changing the world by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ
As United Methodists, our theological understanding obligates us, as members of the body of Christ, to communicate our faith by speaking and listening to persons both within and without the Church throughout the world to utilize all appropriate means of communications. — Book of Discipline
United Methodist Communications partners with annual conferences, central conferences and local churches to enhance communications and ministry opportunities. The agency’s work focuses on church members, church leaders, and spiritual seekers.
The agency resources the church through UM News, Ask The UMC, Connectional Giving, and UMC.org, including its four language portals: English, French, Korean and Spanish. UM News also provides its content in a fourth language: Portuguese.
We also provide many communications ministry offerings, which are highlighted below.
More than a building, a specific day and time, more than me. Church is God-infused life, 24x7. Get the resources here that you need to Rethink Church in your setting. Read More
Local Church Grants
United Methodist Communications has established a series of grants and resources to support local church communications. Grants available include website development and new church start promotion. Read More
Global Communications Technology
Technology can transform lives for the better. United Methodist Communications can work with you to develop a strategy for your ministry beyond the U.S. Read More
Sign up for live training, online learning, or do-it-yourself opportunities to develop your skills as a church leader. Read More
Church Marketing Plan
Reach your community in fresh, new ways. Our online resource delivers data and guidance to help you craft a customized, realistic plan for your church. Read More
Video & Audio Production
If you need to create a video or rent a state-of-the-art studio, United Methodist Productions has you covered. Read More
This toolkit makes it easy for local churches, annual conferences, general agencies and other denominational entities to adopt more unified branding across the connection. Read More