Faith in Action

  • Why I Wear Orange

    Rev. Anders, lead pastor at the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise, Idaho, reflects on why he wears orange in opposition to gun violence. Read More
  • Gunshots, Tragedy and Heartache: What can we do?

    There are many ways that United Methodists can engage in the work to end gun violence. Read More
  • What will the 21st century United Methodist Church look like?

    The United Methodist Church's history of unions, mergers, disagreements, and affirmations of inclusivity and diversity and what it means for the future Read More
  • Meet the 2016 Ethnic Young Adult Interns

    Eight Ethnic Young Adults have converged in DC for a summer of learning, reflection, worship, and working for justice. Read More

Gunshots, Tragedy and Heartache: What can we do?

In the midst of gun violence, how can our voices of peace be heard?

There are many ways that United Methodists can engage in the work to end gun violence. read more»

by Beth Reilly on July 11, 2016

Why I Wear Orange

Out of love we can choose to act

Rev. Anders, lead pastor at the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise, Idaho, reflects on why he wears orange in opposition to gun violence. read more»

by Rev. Dr. Duane Anders on July 11, 2016

Gen. Robert E. Lee is his namesake ancestor. On Sunday, he’ll preach about the evils of racism.

A United Methodist pastor confronts his ancestral history

In the wake of continued murders of African American men and women, one United Methodist pastor is saying, "Enough is enough." read more»

by Rev. Rob Lee on July 11, 2016

What will the 21st century United Methodist Church look like?

The Struggle for Life Together: Remembering the Promises of Union and Merger

The United Methodist Church's history of unions, mergers, disagreements, and affirmations of inclusivity and diversity and what it means for the future read more»

by Rev. Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe on July 11, 2016

Meet the 2016 Ethnic Young Adult Interns

Coming to DC from across the world, these interns are putting their skills to work

Eight Ethnic Young Adults have converged in DC for a summer of learning, reflection, worship, and working for justice. read more»

July 05, 2016

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