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2022 State of the Church Report

The 2022 State of the Church Report Read More

The Rev. Regina Clarke, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Washington, raises her hands during the national gathering of faith leaders to end racism. The event was organized by the National Council of Churches on the National Mall. Photo by Kathy L. Gilbert, UMNS.

2021 State of the Church Report

The State of the Church Report shows how The United Methodist Church, over this past year, has sought to better define its missional and theological identity. Read More

Members of the 2016 Wesley Pilgrimage in England rest their hands on the Baptismal font at St. Andrew's church in Epworth where John Wesley was baptized. Photo by the Rev. Anita Mays.

2020 State of the Church Report

In 2020, our identity as Christians, formed in the Wesleyan tradition, helped us to face the challenges of a pandemic, rising authoritarianism, racism and violence around the world. Read More

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