Emerging Methodism: An Interview with Harriett Jane Olson
How have United Methodist women responded to COVID-19 and racism?
Harriett Jane Olson describes how United Methodist Women members have responded to these pandemics through both service and advocacy. UMW mission institutions helped provide critical medical supplies, food and places for remote learning. And United Methodist women deepened and intensified their decades-long advocacy for an end to systemic racism.View interview series
Video Interview series
We aspire to forge a compelling consensus shared by a vast global community of "think and let think" disciples of Jesus Christ, affirming and claiming Methodism's essential convictions about what to teach, how we teach, who we are and how, by the grace of God, we strive to live and be in ministry together.
This is a venue for conversation about what is emerging in Methodism, including voices from a multiplicity of viewpoints. By creating a web-based dialogue, we hope to engage United Methodists with a diversity of perspectives from across our worldwide connection in thinking deeply about what is emerging at this time in the life of our connection.
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Reflections on Leadership
In this series, Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai and Eric Martin examine what adaptive and leadership looks like that fits this moment of transition and resurrection in the life of the church.