When the Methodists took on the Hop King

By Patrick Scriven In a drama that played itself out in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 1895, conflicting values of late 19th century Methodism – namely...

Jamaa Letu: Following God’s Path

Hope for the Children of Africa presents Following God’s Path for the Children of Jamaa Letu Fresie Chikomb is a United Methodist missionary assigned half-time to the...

What can Methodists learn from Starbucks?

A well-publicized incident at a Starbucks in Philadephia left the Seattle-based business reassessing its policies and considering the impact of unconscious bias on the hospitality it offers. Kristina Gonzalez reflects on the company's response, including a company-wide closure and training this week, and considers what we might learn from it.

Change the World… in Wenatchee!

By Patrick Scriven | Director of Communications For the past four years, United Methodists from around the world have been hosting and participating in 'Change...

Jar$ for Jamaa Letu

Jar$ for Jamaa Letu By Pastor Heather Sparkman When it was evening, the disciples came to him and said, “This is a deserted place, and the...

Sharing and storytelling in the Palestine

(Left) Images from the storytelling workshop in the Palestine. (Center) The Rev. Darryn Hewson photographed at The Pacific Northwest Annual Conference Sessions in...

Limitless: Redefine Tomorrow equips young UMWs for the future

United Methodist Women's Limitless weekend at Duke University in Durham, NC. United Methodist Women photo by Sara Davis. Limitless: Redefine Tomorrow equips young UMWs for the...

Twenty-Four-Seven Church Hospitality

Scenes from Lake Washington UMC and Camp Unity Eastside: (clockwise from the top left) A CUE resident sits at the tv waiting for the dinner...

Wenatchee: First UMC visits UMCOR Sager Brown

Wenatchee: First UMC visits UMCOR Sager Brown | By Robin Gates Photos courtesy of First UMC and UMCOR Sager Brown The United Methodist Committee on Relief's (UMCOR)...

Aloha! It’s Puyallup’s VBS Luau!

(Top left) Todd Kilpatrick stands over an oven used to fill with coals for slow roasting. (Top right) Friends and families of Puyallup UMC...