The United Methodist Church is featured in a special Black History Month edition of USA Today. Two ads in the issue highlight the critical role the UMC has played throughout groundbreaking moments in U.S. history.
The first highlights the Black College Fund, which supports the largest number of historically Black colleges and universities of any church body in the country.
The other ad urges readers to Rethink Church through “conversations that build understanding.”
These resources are also available from the UMC to help congregations celebrate Black History Month.
|February 25||The Shepherd's Table
|Feb. 27-Mar 1||Confirmation Retreat
|March 1||Violinist Jamie Jorge/Pianist Timothy Noble Concert - Roscoe UMC|
|March 5||Transformational Leadership Academy|
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Beginning with Ash Wednesday, we slow down on our journey to Easter in order to appreciate the extent of God’s love for us. We shed all that is keeping us from knowing, loving and serving God.
As we look toward the cross of Christ and reflect on our lives, I offer some Instructions for Lent that will be my self-talk as I seek to be more faithful. In short, Lent is a time to: slow down, breathe in, let go, and look up.
TRANSFORM – Youth Annual Conference (YAC) 2015 is a great opportunity to develop as a teen leader. Fellowship with other United Methodist teens and understand the connection we have with one another across Ohio and around the world.
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