NCJ leaders decry racism

United Methodist leaders in the North Central Jurisdiction re-commit to resisting and dismantling racism.

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Marching for justice

United Methodists were among 3,000 clergy in Washington D. C. on August 28 for the Ministers March for Justice.

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Speaking up in Ferndale

The Oakland County Times reports how 500 were “standing up for love” in Ferndale, Michigan.

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Community at prayer

Bishop David A. Bard calls for a deepened commitment to love and justice.

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Thin words, thick action

The Gospel and Social Principles inform Bishop Bruce R. Ough’s call to oppose evil.

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How to live well together

Five persons share their perspectives on bridging divides and fostering understanding.

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Civil Rights Tour proves life-changing

An eye-opening spring break takes students on a trip through the southern United States.

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The ‘beloved community’

A young adult missionary serving in Detroit reflects on the Civil Rights Movement … past and present.

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Black caucus celebrates 50 years

BMCR celebrates the past and moves forward with the fight against racism.

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A Methodist mathematician

Katherine Johnson, who had a key role in the early U.S. space program, was raised Methodist.

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