This past summer, members of the LGBTQ Ministry Team at Manchester UMC had the opportunity to host a number of young people at a performance of “The Little Mermaid” at the Muny. It was a whole lot of fun for all of
LGBTQ people in The United Methodist Church need everybody, in your own ways, in your own contexts, to live out your faith courageously in 2017. Check out this short video posted today on the Reconciling Ministries Facebook page by clicking on this link.
The Inside Outs Home Fellowship Group is a small group that has been formed to support the mission of Reconciling Ministries of MUMC. The focus will be upon spiritual growth of the group participants with an emphasis on the needs as members of the
On June 28, 2016, Manchester UMC hosted an interfaith service of prayers for peace and unity following the events of the horrific slaughter of innocent lives at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, FL. One of the speakers that evening was Richard Eaton.
Now as the first elected Bishop in The UMC, Rev. Dr. Karen Oliveto of Glide Memorial United Methodist Church in San Francisco, CA breaks through anti-LGBTQ law in The UMC and carries gay and lesbian people to the highest levels of church
Two dads sharing that special Father-Daughter dance on her special day. Enjoy our moment together! — Jeff Hollinsworth
I met my wife Sandy 17 yrs ago. We were best friends for 3 yrs before we got together as a couple. When we first got together, we never really thought about the church that much, because EVERYONE told us that being
The documentary, An Act of Love, and how you can host a screening in your community. It follows the UMC trial of Rev. Frank Schaefer who risked it all for his gay son. This film will be a strategic and important tool
Daron Smith and Chris Finley are parishioners at Lafayette Park UMC in St. Louis, MO and tell their story of being active participants in the life of their local United Methodist church. — Daron Smith & Chris Finley
This morning our senior pastor delivered a sermon that brought forward a message that resonated with me and spoke out against discrimination in all of its forms. The title of the sermon was “Finding Common Ground: Recognizing our Brokenness”. In his sermon,