Northern Illinois begins acts of repentance

Laura Grizzlypaws to keynote event in Naperville Sept. 20

Conference responds to call of United Methodist Church to be in community with native peoples around the globe. read more »

September 02, 2014

Seeking ‘reverent hospitality’

Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference pastor nurtures relationships

Kernell’s work expands upon denomination’s ‘An Act of Repentance Toward Healing Relationships With Indigenous People.’ read more »

by Holly McCray
on July 11, 2014

Repentance not a one-time event

Message from Native Americans to United Methodist Church

Open letter to Council of Bishops suggests how to avoid ‘token acts.’ read more »

by Heather Hahn
on July 03, 2014

Greater New Jersey act of repentance

Annual Conference reaches out to mend relationships with Native Americans

Local church seems to be answer as to who ministered to indigent populations. read more »

by Alex Davis
on June 13, 2014

Love Your Neighbor cancels Atlanta meeting

Cites racially offensive practices of Atlanta Braves

10 United Methodist caucuses in coalition point to demeaning acts toward Native Americans. read more »

May 22, 2014

Invitation to repentance

Perfect season to begin fasting, prayer and repenting

We must repent to Native American and indigenous persons of the world for atrocities committed throughout history, and being committed today. read more »

by the Rev. Glen Chebon Kernell Jr.
on March 25, 2014

Clergy urge removal of D.C. NFL team name

United Methodists among signers of letter to NFL, team’s owner

Letter declares ‘derogatory term’ offends many Native Americans read more »

by the Rev. Erik Alsgaard
on February 20, 2014

UMC extends ministry of repentance, reconciliation

To Native American, other indigenous peoples

Work continues years of effort to overcome centuries of mistreatment of native people in the U.S. and elsewhere. read more »

November 12, 2013

Directors approve grants to ethnic local churches

Contribute $100,000 to expand Imagine No Malaria campaign

Bishop Hoshibata says board has opportunity to address what God wants changed. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on September 27, 2013

GBCS directors approve grants to ethnic local churches, issue statement on Syria

CHEVY CHASE, Md. — The Board of Directors of the United Methodist General Board of Church & Society (GBCS) met here last week to approve grants to ethnic local churches, provide support for the denomination’s Imagine No Malaria campaign, and to issue a statement condemning chemical weapons use... read more»

September 27, 2013

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