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Social Concerns
Leaders gather in prayer during morning worship at the National Summit on Mass Incarceration in Charlotte, N.C. Helping lead the prayer is the Rev. Kevin Kosh Jr. (center, wearing cap) from the young adult network of Strengthening the Black Church for the 21st Century. Photo by Joey Butler, UM News.

Summit urges churches to speak out against mass incarceration

Attendees of the National Summit on Mass Incarceration were urged to work with their churches toward criminal justice reform.
Mission and Ministry
Youth from First United Methodist Church in Dallas help repair a roof in 105-degree heat during their recent summer mission trip to San Antonio. Nick Janzen (left), construction manager for Blueprint Ministries, works with Vivian Winston and Wesley Stoker of the Dallas church. Photo by Anna Bundy-Hagler.

Blistering summer challenges churches

United Methodists keep familiar ministries going and find new ways to serve as much of the U.S. bakes.
Church Leadership
The Rev. Angela Cooley Bulhof hugs Caton Darling during a visit to his home in Lake Charles, La., to check on the progress of repairs following Hurricane Laura in 2020. Bulhof, pastor of University United Methodist Church in Lake Charles, says Louisiana has been pounded by seven hurricanes and two tropical storms since August 2020. File photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Stress, burnout afflicting pastors

The daily life of United Methodist pastors is getting more and more stressful, with COVID-19, racial unrest, natural disasters and a likely denominational split over sexuality taking a toll.