Through education, communication, and exchange, The United Methodist China Program is a sensitive lens through which we and people within China can see and understand each other more accurately.
Online resources to further explore The United Methodist Church's relationship and mission with China, as well as China's relationship with the rest of the world.
You can contribute to China's future through social advocacy, literacy training, financial gifts, and material resources.
Celebrating with Christians in China,, the 2008 General Conference has affirmed once again, "The United Methodist Church recognizes the necessity for China to continue its economic and social development and urges U.S. cooperation to that end within the context of Chinese independence and selfhood."
Prayers, liturgy, meditations, and music that celebrate Christianity in China. The number of protestant and United Methodist resources that originate from China is growing.