Helping your church respond to the coronavirus

Courtesy of Lewis Center for Church Leadership


10 thoughts on leading through the COVID-19 crisis

Ten lessons to help leaders be more deliberate in how they chose to lead in the face of the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Communication tips for increasing online giving

Difficult times experienced by members and society alike can have a major impact on church finances. Take full advantage of the power of digital communications to increase online giving during crises.

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This stained glass window at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church in Epworth, England features John and Charles Wesley. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications

Archives & History

Celebrating United Methodist Heritage Sunday

Use the Rev. Alfred Day’s message, a virtual choir anthem and the other Heritage Sunday 2020 resources to inspire and strengthen your congregation on May 24 or for a special service later this spring or summer.

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The novel coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform how United Methodists are doing church. Technology-based worship, learning, giving, caring, meeting and much more have become the main way of doing ministry in this time.

Check back often for more resources from across the connection and beyond as you continue to serve.



Virtual Worship

Giving and Finances

Inspiration and Learning

Congregational Care

Health and Wholeness