United Methodists from all walks of life an in all areas of the US are working to relieve the suffering and assist those left vulnerable following Hurricane Katrina. The following stories share what United Methodists are doing both within the disaster zone and outside of it to help thousands in need.
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Time for Cross and Flame to go
Symbol of The United Methodist Church is unwelcoming and even painful for many Black Americans, evoking memories of cross burnings.
When pandemic ends, confusion in church will remain
A former Judicial Council president examines constitutional issues presented by plans for the future of The United Methodist Church.
Black father prepares sons for racial injustice
“I have no positive to give you,” one son says. In a commentary, the Rev. Byron Thomas calls on white fathers to teach their sons about racial injustice, too.