You are not alone at Seattle’s Wesley Club!

Several United Methodists and friends participated in the Womxn’s March in Seattle in January. The 3.6 mile trek began in Judkins Park, ending in...

On Campus: Philanthropic Photojournalism

Photo Credit: Brittany Allen By Brittany Allen, Central Washington Student involved in the CWU Wesley group I don’t really know how to start this so I’m...

Registration Now Open for Exploration 2017

Registration for Exploration, a three-day event for young adults age 18-26, is now open. This biennial event is designed to help attendees listen, discern,...

Campus Ministries in the PNW

Campus Connection: Campus Ministries in the PNW By Alissa Bertsch Johnson | Photos by various campus ministries Central Washington University/Ellensburg UMC (Sable, Crimson, and Black) New to CWU?...

2017 Francis Asbury Award Recipients Named

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 11, 2017 – The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM) has presented the Francis Asbury Award to 15 individuals...

Campus Connection: Imagine What’s NEXT

The Rev. Rudy Rasmus delivers the opening sermon at the Imagine What’s NEXT 2012 young adult conference in St. Louis.Campus Connection: Imagine What's NEXT By Martin...

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary Offering an Additional 25 Full-Tuition Scholarships for Masters Students

EVANSTON, Illinois, February 2018 – Continuing the seminary’s commitment to reducing student debt and addressing the financial needs of students seeking a theological education,...

Campus Connection: The Importance of Interfaith Dialogue

Background photo courtesy of Wikipedia/Chmee2. For more info on this photo, click here. Campus Connection: The Importance of Interfaith Dialogue at The Evergreen State College Part...

US-2 leads kids art program

Kristina Thorson’s joy pours out as she is surrounded and blessed for the US-2 program of the General Board of Global Ministries. On Aug....

New Scholarship fund empowers PNW Conference to offer grants to 16 students

In 2016, the PNW Conference made a change in its budget to reallocate existing support for student education to a new Scholarship Fund available to United Methodist students from the Pacific Northwest. This spring, the first round of student applications were received and grants awarded totaling $24,000.

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