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Floodwater from Cyclone Eloise covers much of the ground in Buzi, Mozambique. Four cyclones have hit the country in less than two years. Photo by Eurico Gustavo, UM News.

Amid political unrest, cyclones plague Mozambique

As families struggle to survive, UMCOR joins Mozambique churches in responding to food, shelter and other humanitarian needs.
General Church
The Discipleship Ministries office in Nashville, Tenn., is being renovated to be better equipped for use post-COVID-19. Although the staff is primarily working at home, the building is being used for small staff meetings as well as a daily prayer broadcast from the Upper Room Chapel. The 13 agencies of The United Methodist Church are facing budget cutbacks among uncertainty around a potential schism. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

General agencies cutting back

Faced with an ongoing pandemic and denominational uncertainty, United Methodist general agencies are reducing staff while trying to stay true to their missions.
Social Concerns
The United Methodist Committee on Relief is providing materials to build temporary shelters for thousands of people who fled attacks by Islamist insurgents in the Cabo Delgado province of Northern Mozambique. Photo by Eurico Gustavo, UM News.

United Methodists flee insecurity in Mozambique

Churches, UMCOR assist those forced from their homes as attacks by Islamist insurgents escalate in in the Cabo Delgado province of northern Mozambique.
Mission and Ministry
Bishop Rodolfo A. Juan (in red stole) and a team of United Methodists pray over generators for the Bicol Philippines Conference. The generators from United Methodist Communications are being loaned to churches to provide free charging to communities affected by a series of powerful typhoons in the Philippines. Photo by Jerome Mercado.

United Methodists rally to help typhoon survivors

From sheltering evacuees to raising money, gathering supplies and sharing generators, Filipino United Methodists and church partners are embracing those affected by recent storms.

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