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The Central Jurisdiction was a racially segregated body of the Methodist Church from 1939-1968. In this audio slideshow, former members of the jurisdiction discuss its history.
Formed as a commission to monitor the church’s integration efforts, the United Methodist Commission on Religion and Race has expanded its inclusion advocacy worldwide.
The union that created The United Methodist Church also abolished its racially segregated institution. That history is a reminder that the church still struggles with race relations.
Church of Christ in Congo, an ecumenical organization that includes United Methodists, is promoting peace in communities often divided by tribal, ethnic or religious conflicts.
Through site visits in Atlanta, drama and worship, directors and staff of the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries honor the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Partnership allows church members to spread the good news while also helping struggling congregation with a new chapel and other needs.
At the request of the United Methodist Council of Bishops, the church’s top court will hold a special session in May.
Bishops take different approaches to sharing about effort to hold the church together amid conflict over homosexuality
The Rev. Donna Claycomb Sokol writes about her profound gratitude for the church that saved her by opening her eyes to racism.
Continued response to last year’s major events includes new $16.8 million grant for Methodist Church of Puerto Rico.

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