Social Principles 2020: The community of all creation
Church & Society
Peace with Justice worship service
This virtual worship service lets you listen and celebrate the ways that United Methodists around the world are engaging in the work for peace. You may also use the service for online worship on Peace with Justice Sunday (June 7, 2020). It will first air on June 3, 2020, at 12 noon EDT.Learn more
Church and Society offering virtual series on COVID 19
Church and Society takes its Seminar Program virtual with a series of webinars on COVID-19 and social justice issues. The webinars will be held Thursdays from May 21-June 18 at 2 p.m. ET and archived for later viewing.Learn more
As United Methodists, we understand our call to transform the world involves personal, social and civic righteousness.
The relationships we form in our communities, often through our direct service and mercy ministries, lead us to be advocates for justice.Learn How You Can Get Involved
Church and Society oversees the distribution of three different grants available to United Methodist congregations and organizations.
Human Relations Day, Ethnic Local Church, and Peace With Justice grants are all available through Church and Society.Learn More
Faith and Facts cards
The Faith and Facts cards are a set of half-sheet cards providing concise information on a number of social issues. On any given issue, they explore what the Bible says, what The United Methodist Church says, some facts about the issue and action steps to address the issue.