120,000 people fed today by produce drop

Bins of cucumbers were dropped off in front of the Convention Center this morning. The produce drop was sponsored by the Society of St. Andrew. I had the chance to visit with Barbara Lyles who directs the Florida and Georgia gleaning network. She told me about the volunteers who were here before sunrise and how many people will be fed because of their work.


Like what you're reading? Support the ministry of UM News! Your support ensures the latest denominational news, dynamic stories and informative articles will continue to connect our global community. Make a tax-deductible donation at ResourceUMC.org/GiveUMCom.

Sign up for our newsletter!

UMNEWS-SUBSCRIPTION
General Church
The Rev. Mel West. Photo courtesy of the author.

Trees symbolize a reformed denomination

Setting a new tree for every member of The United Methodist Church is a positive way to announce the church’s reformation to the world, writes retired pastor.
Social Concerns
Pastor Stephen Mannion. Photo courtesy of the author.

5 theses for The United Methodist Church

Deeply rooted problems plaguing the denomination will not be solved by legislation but by repentance and a return to radical obedience to Scripture, says one United Methodist pastor.
Judicial Council
The Book of Discipline contains the rules that guide The United Methodist Church. The Judicial Council — the denomination’s top court — faces multiple questions related to a new Disciplinary provision that allows congregations to disaffiliate with property under certain conditions. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Judicial Council to review church-exit rules

The United Methodist Church’s top court faces multiple questions related to the deadline for General Conference legislation and a new law allowing congregations to exit with property.