Diversity

Multicultural Ministry
The Rev. Miguel Padilla. Photo courtesy of the author.

A Human Relations Day to remember

Three San Antonio churches of different racial/ethnic membership model “beloved community” by coming together for a special service ahead of MLK Day March.
Church Leadership
CRCC Madang is a training program for Korean pastors serving in cross-racial appointments. Graphic courtesy of CRCC Madang.

Help for Korean pastors in cross-racial ministry

CRCC Madang has provided practical training and solid education to enhance pastoral skills and capabilities for Korean pastors serving in cross-racial appointments.
Multicultural Ministry
The three churches sharing Immanuel United Methodist Church’s facilities are represented in different languages on the sign in front of the church in Kenosha, Wis. The collaboration is reflected scripturally in the passage from Ecclesiastes 4:12: “A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” Photo by the Rev. Peter Daekyu Lee.

Bilingual appointments give new life to declining Korean churches

The Wisconsin Conference’s new appointment initiative helps respond to the trend of declining Korean and other ethnic churches.
Bishops
Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Trailblazing Bishop Wilbur Choy dies at 103

The first Asian American bishop elected in The United Methodist Church helped the church grow more ethnically and racially diverse. He also had a great sense of humor.

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