Susquehanna Annual Conference

Mission and Ministry
Edwin Joseph Amadu, a United Methodist teacher in the Panguma community in Sierra Leone, shows members of Camp Hill United Methodist Church in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, how he uses backyard agriculture to augment his income to take care of his family. Photo by Phileas Jusu, UMNS.

US church transformed by Sierra Leone community

Camp Hill United Methodist Church in Pennsylvania helps support education and other community projects in remote village.
General Church
Bishops and leaders of the United Methodist Korean Caucus gather to discuss the current issues of the special General Conference. The meeting took place Dec. 2 at Calvary Korean United Methodist Church in East Brunswick, N.J. Photo by Thomas Kim, UMNS.

Korean United Methodists and bishops struggle to find a way forward

Bishops hear concerns from Korean United Methodists about the One Church Plan.
Evangelism
Dusty Knisley (left) of Calvary United Methodist Church in Dillsburg, Pa., shares her family story and photos with the Rev. Daisy Gbloh from Sierra Leone. Knisley hosted a team from the Sierra Leone Conference at her home. Photo by Phileas Jusu, UMNS.

Sierra Leone Initiative builds relationships, cultivates mission

Since 2006, United Methodist congregations in the Sierra Leone and U.S. Susquehanna annual conferences have enriched one another as 'covenant' and 'partner' churches.
General Church
Bishop Scott Jones speaks at Dallas meeting with leaders of church-related institutions to discuss the denomination's future. Photo by Maidstone Mulenga, Council of Bishops.

Looking at Way Forward's institutional impact

Bishops heard from institutions that could see their ministries harmed if the church splits. Institutional leaders said they left feeling more hopeful about the church’s future.

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