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Technology: Technology is part of our history

As technology changes, United Methodists change how they use it to carry out the church's mission. Read More

Free online study explores General Conference

This free resource explains make-up and work of the top legislative body of The United Methodist Church. Read More

The General Conference 2016 mobile app brings the May 10-20 event in Portland, Oregon, to your mobile device. Special features will include news stories, videos, delegate resources, sponsor, exhibitor and volunteer registration.

Be part of G2016

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Technology speeds United Methodist growth in the Philippines

While the rapid growth of United Methodism in the Philippines is cause for celebration, it also presents challenges. With this growth comes a need for more trained clergy and lay... Read More

The 2016 United Methodist Program Calendar app is now available for Apple and Android devices.

Traditional calendar gets mobile update

By popular request, the 2016 United Methodist Program Calendar app is now available. Read More

UMConnector.org: Connecting Young People to the Church

A new website makes it easy for young people to connect with opportunities offered by agencies of The United Methodist Church. Read More

Shelia Mayfield (right) of United Methodist Communications demonstrates an overhead projector for Cindy Campbell in the Innovation Fair display at the 2014 Game Changers Summit in Nashville, Tennessee.

Second Game Changers Summit set for September

The second annual Game Changers Summit sponsored by United Methodist Communications will bring together developers, practitioners and those who support using technology to improve life in developing countries. Read More

Whether it is helping bring broadbend access to the community or inviting people to use church-owned computers, providing digital access can be a vital ministry. Summerfield United Methodist Church in Milwaukee is among churches that have adopted it.

Broadband, Rural Ministry and Social Justice

Seventeen million children in the United States do not have access to computers with broadband connections, reports Connected Nation. United Methodist churches can help bring access to their communities. It... Read More

Justin Cox poses with some of the youth from First United Methodist Church in Orlando.

Smartphones: A Tool and a Test in Ministry with Youth

Tweeting a teaser for next Sunday's discussion group. Seeking prayer requests by text message. Posting a prayer for a sick grandfather on a teen's Facebook page. Asking youth to look... Read More

Yes, you do need a website

Your online presence is the new front door to your church. Before someone shows up to worship, he or she will look for your information online. Do you offer childcare?... Read More