• Voting: A Prayerful Act

    Voting can be used to create change, but it can also be a prayerful and faithful act. Read More
  • Reflections on Church and Society in Eurasia

    The following are personal reflections shared during a training on The United Methodist Social Principles held on the Black Sea near Sochi in the Krasnodar Krai region of Russia. Read More
  • Social Principles training on Capitol Hill

    Creating Space for Sensitive, Constructive Dialogue: Baltimore Washington Conference partners with Church and Society for Saturday on the Hill Social Principles Training Read More
  • To Dance With the Sacred is to Dance the Dance of Struggle and Hope

    Leaders in the Philippines gathered for a solidarity visit to highlight the struggle and hope of the Lumad. Read a liturgical reflection offered to begin the immersion experience. Read More

Faith in Action: Voting, Social Principles, UMC in Eurasia, Mass Incarceration, Payday Lending

Voting: A Prayerful Act

In advance of the November 8th U.S. elections, the General Secretary reflects on voting

Voting can be used to create change, but it can also be a prayerful and faithful act. read more»

by Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe on November 01, 2016

Reflections on Church and Society in Eurasia

Four perspectives on life in Eurasia from United Methodists

The following are personal reflections shared during a training on The United Methodist Social Principles held on the Black Sea near Sochi in the Krasnodar Krai region of Russia. read more»

November 02, 2016

Social Principles training on Capitol Hill

Members of the Baltimore Washington Conference join Church and Society for a day of training

Creating Space for Sensitive, Constructive Dialogue: Baltimore Washington Conference partners with Church and Society for Saturday on the Hill Social Principles Training read more»

by Rev. Clayton Childers on November 01, 2016

To Dance With the Sacred is to Dance the Dance of Struggle and Hope

Leaders in the Philippines gathered for a solidarity visit to highlight the struggle and hope of the Lumad. Read a liturgical reflection offered to begin the immersion experience. read more»

by Norma P Dollaga on November 03, 2016

Holy Discontentment: Advocacy and Action for Syria

What is being done to help victims in Syria?

Consider advocacy or action within your church or community and use this resource as a starting place. read more»

November 02, 2016

Mass incarceration is civil rights issue

Church and Society co-sponsored an event which addressed mass incarceration in the United States and the need for criminal justice reform. read more»

by Kathy Gilbert on November 02, 2016

Faith Communities Are Paying Off People’s Payday Lending Debt

They don’t want to eliminate the industry, instead, they’re advocating for fair regulation.

John Hill offers Church and Society's perspective in an interview about Payday Lending debt. read more»

by Joy Diaz on November 02, 2016

Ecumenical Advocacy Days gathering to Confront Chaos and Force Community

Hundreds of Christians will gather in Washington DC this April

The theme for Ecumenical Advocacy Days for Global Peace and Justice 2017 will focus on challenging racism, materialism and militarism. read more»

November 01, 2016

Standing Rock - A call for solidarity

Church and Society stands in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation

While a pipeline is being planned to traverse sacred grounds, communities of faith are joining the voices of native peoples to halt the construction. read more»

by The Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe on September 02, 2016