Mental Health

Mental Illnesses are biochemical disruptions that affect the brain and influence human behavior. Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.
Galatians 6:2 Mental Illnesses may result from genetic or environmental factors or from random breakdown in chemical processing. Some mental illnesses,... read more»

Peace with Justice

The Peace with Justice Program aims to make shalom visible and active in people's lives and communities. The General Conference assigned the General Board of Church and Society to implement the program and called the church to "strengthen its capacity to act as a public policy advocate" in communities... read more»

Religious Freedom

Information coming soon!

Restorative Justice

Healing Communities Healing Communities is a way for United Methodist congregations to become "Stations of Hope" for those persons affected by the criminal-justice system. By utilizing existing resources within congregations, Healing Communities... read more»


Sustainability is at the heart of economic and environmental justice. What is enough? How are our lifestyles affecting the rest of God's creation? Can we live our lives so that generations to come will also share in God's created abundance? Is it not enough for you to feed... read more»

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