Church members join climate change march

By Linda Bloom | Sept. 22, 2014 | NEW YORK (UMNS) Gabriel, who is “almost 5,” was trying to stand patiently with his father, Tim Emmett-Rardin, a...

Light for Lima: Your Prayers Needed!

A pack of politicians is meeting this week and next in Lima, Peru to attempt to lay the groundwork for an international climate treaty...

Dakota Access Pipeline Urgent Action Alert

Many United Methodists, including the Western Jurisdiction Bishops, the General Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Women, the General Board of Global Ministries, and...

Mission u: What are the connections?

Scenes from Mission u.  If you are interested in attending, contact By Joan Hackett Mission u, an annual mission event at Central Washington University, welcomed many...

Quick Ideas for Post-Easter, Earth Day Sunday Worship

It’s the Wednesday after Holy Week. If you're a pastor or worship leader, you might be just emerging from your post-Easter comas to start...

Pastoring at the Crossroads of Science and Faith

Laura Baumgartner, member of University Temple UMC in Seattle and candidate for ministry, shares how an internship at Earth Ministry is giving her new...

Mission u 2017 nurtures covenant relationships with God’s people and creation

  By Jesse N. Love For more photos from Mission u, visit Ellensburg, Wash. - “Sometimes people forget that the Church is an agent of mission,”...

A United Methodist Response to the National Climate Assessment

Creation Care Connector, Cindy Haverkamp, reflects on ways for United Methodists to respond to last Friday's National Climate Assessment.

We must be partners with creation

A recent excursion had the Rev. Paul Graves mesmerized by the amazing rock formations of the Canadian Rockies. It got him thinking about creation, religious affirmations toward its preservation, and our calling to be active partners with it.

Standing With Standing Rock, Part 2

By Kristina Gonzalez | Director of Leadership Development for an Inclusive Church Part 2: Standing With At the writing of this article, the sacred fire burns still...