United Methodism

Unity in the United Methodist Church. Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.
Unity in the United Methodist Church. Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

United Methodists celebrate both what we hold in common with other parts of the Body of Christ and what is unique to our denomination — our emphasis on grace, our understanding of the sacraments, how we deploy clergy, the ways we are in ministry together. Find resources here to help you understand, teach and practice what it means to be a United Methodist in the 21st century.
The Movement Continues campaign reminds us that the foundation of The United Methodist Church has always been to follow God's call of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. As disciples, we serve in our church and community. Image courtesy of United Methodist Communications
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United Methodism

Use 'The Movement Continues' to look forward

Inspire church members and leaders to feel encouraged and hopeful about the future of the denomination. Use these resources to help your congregation continue to respond to God's call.

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Portrait of John Wesley. Photo courtesy of United Methodist Collection, Drew University Libraries.
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United Methodism

A Wesleyan understanding of grace

At the heart of Wesleyan/Methodist theology and practice is a profound understanding and vital experience of grace. Grace, as understood, experienced and proclaimed by the United Methodists remains relevant and transformative.

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General Conference

History

Beliefs and Teachings

Sacraments