United Methodist Church leaders launch a plan of action to galvanize church members and others to actively stand against racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd and protests across the U.S. The “Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom” initiative is a multi-level effort throughout the church to initiate a sustained and coordinated effort to dismantle racism and promote collective action to work toward racial justice.
COVID-19 has disrupted many aspects of our lives and impacted all of us. While the process of ministry is changing, the responsibility to help those in need has not. See the following reflections from pastors around the Texas Annual Conference.
A video series featuring people across the Texas Annual Conference and their stories as they discuss their unique, personal calls to ministry and what being called to serve means to them. Visit: txcumc.org/calledtoserve
Everyone is looking at ministry in a different context and trying to find ways to maintain community. These resources can help.
Many Texas Annual Conference churches are worshiping online and offering sermons and resources as live streams or posting videos for on demand viewing. Check them out at: https://www.txcumc.org/sermons.
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Methodist Hospital webinar for clergy - update on COVID19
Kompan Webinar: The Sacred Spark of Wonder: The Power of Outdoor Play
Perkins Summer Webinar Series
July 15, 21
Connect with Rev. Emily Everett, Global Missionary in Brazil
2020 Session of the Texas Annual Conference