United Methodist Women Making History

In 1987, the U.S. Congress designated the month of March as Women's History Month. United Methodist News Service invited a number of women, both lay and clergy, in The United Methodist Church to share their stories.

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Mission and Ministry
An ecumenical gathering to commemorate and celebrate the 450th anniversary of the publication of the Bible in Spanish, known as La Biblia del Oso, which was published by Casiodoro de Reina in 1569, is set for Oct. 27 in San Antonio. Photo by Mike DuBose, El Interprete.

Celebrating the first complete Bible in Spanish

“The Bible of the Bear,” the first complete Bible translation to Spanish, will be celebrated at a ceremony in San Antonio.
Evangelism
Two young women from Mozambique showcase their traditional attire during the Africa Youth and Young Adult Network gathering in Nairobi, Kenya. Young United Methodists from across the African continent gathered at the Desmond Tutu Conference Centre under the theme “Arise and Shine.” Photo by Gad Maiga, UM News.

Young United Methodists connect in Kenya

Africa Central Conference youth and young adults gather to look for ways to shine in leadership roles in the church and their communities.
Annual Conferences

Primera pastora chilena superintendente en la IMU

La Conferencia Anual del Norte de Illinois de la Iglesia Metodista Unida (IMU) se une a la lista de las conferencias de los Estados Unidos, que han nombrado a una hispana-latina como superintendenta de distrito.