Living in the liminal…

United Methodism is wading through a liminal moment according to PNW Director of Communications Patrick Scriven. "The uncertainty of liminal moments can be paralyzing," he writes, but we don't need to wait to do God's work here and now.

Smudges, Sneers and Small Gods

In his latest commentary, Older Adult Ministries chair Rev. Paul Graves wrestles with questions and feelings stemming from General Conference 2019. "So what do we do now?" Graves writes. "One fundamental task our whole church might undertake is to humbly admit we revel in taking sides."

PNW WJ Fresh Summit Report

During the Western Jurisdiction Fresh United Methodism Summit, attendees received a number of reports from jurisdictional leadership and workgroups. Annual Conferences were...

Volunteers needed for General Conference

Nashville, Tenn.: Volunteers are needed for a variety of roles during the 2020 General Conference, The United Methodist Church’s top legislative assembly,...

United Methodist Bishops meet to discuss General Conference, elect new officers

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church will meet November 3-6 at Lake Junaluska Assembly in North...

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