E-store offers United Methodist resources

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 26, 2013

Nashville, Tenn.: United Methodist Communications has launched a completely re-designed denominational e-store at shop.umc.org. The new store provides a one-stop-shop for a variety of denominational resources, including local leadership products, resources and promotional materials-including new product offerings.

Members and leaders at all levels of The United Methodist Church can find a variety of multimedia resources, discounted technology products, worship and giving resources, publications, program calendars, free informational brochures, Hispanic and Korean resources and much more.

In addition to resources from United Methodist Communications, shop.umc.org now offers items from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, The Advance and the General Board of Global Ministries, including Global Praise products.

Visit shop.umc.org to browse products and explore the re-designed site. Customer service representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. CT. For a personalized shopping experience, contact them toll-free at (888) 346-3862, via email at csc@umcom.org or via online chat.

About United Methodist Communications
As the communications agency for The United Methodist Church, United Methodist Communications seeks to increase awareness and visibility of the denomination in communities and nations around the globe. United Methodist Communications also offers services, tools, products and resources for communications ministry.

Contact:
Diane Degnan ddegnan@umcom.org
615.742.5406 (office) 615.483.1765 (cell)

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