Economic Justice

Mission and Ministry
Hanwa Mission School in Hanwa, Zimbabwe, is now a registered United Methodist school. The designation means students can now take exams at the primary and secondary school rather than being forced to travel long distances. Photo by Chenayi Kumuterera, UMNS

Church takes reins at Hanwa Mission School

Now that the school is United Methodist, students can take exams there rather than being forced to travel long distances.
Mission and Ministry
Staff at the World Council of Churches speak during a public launch in Geneva for a new downloadable resource to help churches take practical steps to care for the earth. The event also honored the legacy of the Rev. Norman Tendis, who died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash two days earlier. From left are Isabel Apawo Phiri, the Rev. Olav Fykse Tveit,  Dr. Manoj Kurian and Dinesh Suna. Photo by Ivars Kupcis/WCC.

A pastor’s legacy: Roadmap for all churches

Before he died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash, the Rev. Norman Tendis completed a practical congregational guide to creation care, a project of the World Council of Churches.
Social Concerns
The Rev. Kenneth Mtata implores church leaders in Zimbabwe to “see, judge and act” to help combat extremism in the country following clashes over fuel price hikes that left 12 people dead and hundreds injured. Mtata, who leads the Zimbabwe Council of Churches, spoke during a two-day workshop in Harare to help address the crisis. Photo by Taurai Emmanuel Maforo, UMNS.

Church leaders urged to 'see, judge, act' amid unrest

United Methodists join ecumenical meeting to look for ways to build sustainable peace in Zimbabwe.

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