Looking Back at AC2017
We give thanks to all of you. May your day be filled with joy and peace. We pray the love of Christ surrounds you and yours.
World Communion Sunday

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A United Methodist pastor and his family were “under siege for five hours” in community attack as Sierra Leone’s two leading political parties continue to clash.

Find out what St. Patrick can teach United Methodists -- to this day. #StPatricksDay

The patron saint of Ireland left a legacy of evangelism that Christians today can emulate. He also knew something about piracy.
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Council of Bishops - The United Methodist Church added 7 new photos — at Southern Methodist University.

Several bishops and some members of the Commission on a Way Forward are meeting with leaders of anchor institutions related to The United Methodist Church for conversations on the future of the denomination.

🙏 Praying for those in Florida affected by this terrible tragedy...

The pedestrian bridge at Florida International University in Miami FL has collapsed across Southwest Eighth Street. An unknown number of people and cars are trapped underneath. Get the latest updates as victims are identified.

There is still time! The deadline for Wesley award nominations has been extended to May 15th so tag a friend and nominate someone today.

Formerly known as One Great Hour of Sharing, today is a day the connection comes together in a powerful way!

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🏆 It's award season! Congratulations to the communications department of the Louisiana Conference as they brought home five awards tonight at the United Methodist Association of Communicators banquet. Awards included the Finding Jesus video featuring First United Methodist Church Alexandria, La, the video feature on Roger Templeton after the hurricane, two feature stories written by Mark Lambert for the Conference and the Annual Conference app even brought home a second place award!

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General Board of Higher Education and Ministry added 2 new photos.

Maude Jensen was the first woman to be granted full clergy rights in 1956 at the General Conference, and 26 more women received full rights that same year. This month we celebrate strong women. #WomensHistoryMonth

A reflection from Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey on this International Women's Day.

From Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey: This week while visiting one of our seminary campuses, I had the privilege of sharing lunch with a young female student who was sitting to my right. My mentor, who was the first woman I ever heard preach, sat on my left. My mentor later became my District Superinte...

Did you know there was a death mask of John Wesley? Modern scientific analysis holds new clues as to what happened in the last hours of the life of Methodism’s founder. On display at...

Founder of the National United Methodist Native American Center, Noley worked for the inclusion of Native Americans at all levels of the denomination.