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Church Can Happen Anywhere is a campaign for RETHINK CHURCH. Photos by Mike DuBose, courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

Church can happen anywhere: Free resources

Rethink your idea of church! Bulletin covers, posters, social media graphics, invitations and more, share the idea that church happens anytime we show our love for others. Order now. Read More

For Pastors

A guide to pastoral transitions: Pt. 2, Day 31 and Beyond

Pastors have 90 days to prove themselves. In part one you learned how to quickly assess the congregation and community. Now the focus needs to be... Read More

Latest Church News

The United Methodist Church officially is in “support of just and fair immigration policies that benefit and allow the family to preserve and maintain its unity.” Methodists in support of immigration reform marched down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard outside the 2016 United Methodist General Conference in Portland, Oregon.  File photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS.

United Methodist News Service

Disappointment with immigration ruling; District Superintendent suspended; Oregon-Odaho takes up support for RCRC. UMNS is a service of United Methodist Communications. Read More

Special Promotion

The 2017 Official United Methodist Program Calendar is a service of United Methodist Communications.

Save 10% on 2017 United Methodist Program Calendars

Order now and receive 10% off any version of the 2017 Official United Methodist Program Calendar. Offer ends July 31st. Plan ahead and save! Use promo code: CAL17IB. Read More

Advice Worth Sharing

Photo by ©CreationSwap/Kevin Carden. Cropped from original by United Methodist Communications. http://www.creationswap.com/cardensdesign/gallery

How to love your church by letting go

How can you love your church more? Quit. Don't worry. You read that right. Here are a few of the things you should let go of when loving your church. Read More

Making Good Choices

Is your church missing out on the latest bright, shiny thing is an article for MyCom eNewsletter, a service of United Methodist Communications.

Is your church missing out on the latest bright, shiny thing?

It's good to be an early adopter! Just be practical and strategic. Do your research. Technology, while great, will not fix bad church strategy. Read More

Global Communications

Isaac Broune (left) and Joe Tueche Ndzulo handle the French desk during the 2016 United Methodist General Conference in Portland, Ore. News reports from General Conference were transmitted via text message in four languages to almost 4,000 recipients in Africa.

Thousands of Africans received GC2016 news via text

A new texting program kept African United Methodists in the loop as General Conference was happening. Read More

Take Our Survey

Shyloe O'Neal is a Native American Seminarian Scholarship Recipient. Video image from 'A Moment in Mission: Native American Ministries Sunday,' courtesy of United Methodist Communications.

Why do you celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday?

Take our (very) short survey and help us plan resources for Native American Ministries Sunday. What motivates your church to give? What resources would help you? Answer now! Read More

For Pastors and Leaders

John Wesley and John Fletcher images from the Engraved Portraits of the First Methodist Divines, Archives and Manuscript Department, Pitts Theology Library, Emory University. This version has been edited from the original by UMCOM.org.

Leadership lessons from John Wesley and successor John Fletcher

"I look upon all the world as my parish." Wesley once said. Find ways to help those around us become better versions of themselves by developing skills critical to life success. Read More