United Methodist Church responds to Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Beatrice Gbanga (left), medical and health coordinator for the United Methodist Church's Imagine No Malaria campaign in Sierra Leone, is briefed on efforts to contain the Ebola virus by Mbalu Fonnie, head nurse in the hemorrhagic fever ward at the government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

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Mission and Ministry
The Rev. Ndjela Shango Paul, director of the department of Christian education, listens as the Rev. Kalema Tambwe, South Kindu District superintendent, speaks during the opening of The United Methodist Church’s annual health council in December. During the gathering, the church decided to double its efforts in the fight against Ebola. Photo by Chadrack Tambwe Londe, UMNS.

Redoubling efforts to fight Ebola epidemic

Since August 2018, Ebola has claimed more than 400 lives in the Congo, and United Methodists are striving to make a difference.
Global Health
Health officials have declared a new Ebola outbreak in Bikoro in the northwest part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo courtesy of Google Maps.

First death reported in DRC Ebola outbreak

United Methodist leaders vow to raise awareness to help stop the spread of the deadly virus.

Wesley’s Chapel makes history relevant today

The Methodist congregation at Bermondsey offers practical assistance and the spirit of Jesus to a diverse community.