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Welcome to ResourceUMC.org, the online destination for leaders throughout The United Methodist Church. Visit often to find ideas and information to inspire United Methodist leaders throughout the connection.

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We persevere through trials and face tomorrow with God at our side. The #BeUMC campaign reminds us of who we are at our best — the spirit-filled, resilient, connected, missional, faithful, diverse, deeply rooted, committed, disciple-making, Jesus-seeking, generous, justice-seeking, world-changing people of God called The United Methodist Church.
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Digital Ministry

We are the People of God

The #BeUMC campaign reminds us of who we are at our best – the spirit-filled, resilient, connected, missional, faithful, diverse, deeply rooted, committed, disciple-making, Jesus-seeking, generous, justice-seeking, world-changing people of God called The United Methodist Church.

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The Rev. Juliet Chirowa speaks at Sunningdale United Methodist Church in Harare, Zimbabwe. She said the church should influence policy by standing up for justice including comprehensive care for victims of human trafficking. Photo by Priscilla Muzerengwa, UMNS.
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Advocacy

Resources to fight human trafficking

United Methodists are committed to fighting global human trafficking. Here are some resources developed by fellow United Methodists to aid in the fight.

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Stephen Saucerman receives a COVID-19 vaccination from volunteer nurse Jackie Smith, RN, at Community United Methodist Church in Vincennes, Ind. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.
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Health and Wholeness

Updating COVID-19 protocols in response to omicron

With new spikes in COVID-19 cases since the emergence of the omicron variant, it may be time for churches to update their safety protocols.

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UM Agencies

Agencies provide resources and services that equip local congregations and provide a connection for ministry throughout the world. These organizations can be found at all levels of the connection (churchwide, regional and local).

The Human Relations Day special offering benefits neighborhood ministries through Community Developers, community advocacy through United Methodist Voluntary Services and work with at-risk teens through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation Program. Your contributions spark hope, develop skills and reimagine neighborhoods. Photo by Victória Kubiaki, Unsplash.com.
Stewardship

YOU impact communities

We have an opportunity to make an impact in communities and support our neighbors that may lack tools or resources to reach their full God-given potential.

The Human Relations Day special offering benefits neighborhood ministries through Community Developers, community advocacy through United Methodist Voluntary Services and work with at-risk teens through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation Program.

Your contributions spark hope, develop skills and reimagine neighborhoods. Please give generously on Human Relations Day.

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Race Relations

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Lent

Lent 2022 Small Group Study on Anti-racism

GCORR is excited to offer a new Lenten resource for congregations and small groups. This study connects our Lenten traditions and work to dismantle racism.

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Digital Ministry

My Portal

My Portal offers an easy way to ensure you're receiving the most helpful information from United Methodist Communications.

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Health

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Health and Wholeness

It is okay not to be okay

Pastor S. Michael Greene shares his experiences being overwhelmed during the pandemic and the need for clergy to acknowledge when they need help.

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