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Methodist Women, Youth Gather in Korea
Addressing issues of justice and faith, Methodist women and youth held separate gatherings in South Korea before attending the World Methodist Conference. Read more...
 
World Methodist Council Elects Barrett as Chairperson
The Rev. John C.A. Barrett of the British Methodist Church is the new chairperson of the World Methodist Council, which includes churches in 132 countries. Read more...
 
Two Korean, U.S. Conferences Pledge to Work Together
Methodists in two regions half a world apart - one in the United States, one in South Korea - have signed a covenant to work together on making disciples. Read more...
 
Worship Service Focuses on Demilitarized Zone
Sunday, July 23, became a new Day of Pentecost as some 300 delegates from the World Methodist Conference participated in a worship service on peace and reunification at Imjingak (the Demilitarized Zone between South and North Korea). Read more...
 
Methodists Must Speak Out, Make Disciples, Exec Says
The top staff executive of the World Methodist Council challenged delegates from around the world to make followers of Christ, noting that if the church doesn't "disciple the nations, the nations will disciple the church." Read more...
 
World Council Promotes Reconcilation at World Methodist Meeting
The Rev. Samuel Kobia, a Methodist from Kenya, addressed the 19th World Methodist Council in Seoul Korea. Read More...
 
Methodists From Around World Gather Amid Global Tensions

The World Methodist Council, followed by the World Methodist Conference address tensions on the Korean Peninsula and bombings in the Middle East. Read more...

 
World Methodists Approve Further Ecumenical Dialogue
World Methodists have unanimously approved a resolution authorizing further dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church, with the stated aim of "full communion in faith, mission and sacramental life."  Read more...