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...

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...

Bellevue crosses the line into civil disobedience

The Rev. Mike Jackson, the Rev. Monica Corsaro, Jan and Bill Cate, and Jack Borland served as panelists for "Crossing the Line into Civil...

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...

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...

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.

Finding a Way Forward Together in Spokane

Last Saturday’s Table Talk conversation at Spokane Valley UMC was the largest so far with 166 United Methodists coming together to discuss differing understandings of human sexuality and the Way Forward for the Church. Rosalee Mohney and the Revs. Alissa Bertsch, Geoff Helton, and Paul Graves answer some questions about the event.

My life as a Conference Treasurer

The Rev. Dr. Craig Parrish enjoying a lighter moment as a delegate at General Conference 2012 in Tampa, Florida last April. To his left...

United Methodist Women celebrate 150 years in the PNW, look toward future action

Last weekend, United Methodist Women from across the PNW Conference gathered at Vancouver First United Methodist Church to celebrate 150 years of ministry, and to set a course grounded in justice and mercy for the future. Gary Carter and Ginny Sorenson provide the story, with additional photos from Sara Culp.

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...

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