Health and Wholeness

As United Methodists, we are committed to creating abundant health – spiritual, mental and physical well-being -- for all. Learn about outreach health ministries; parish nursing, support groups and other ways to promote congregational health; and how to be part of lifesaving health ministries enriching the lives of people around the world.
Many congregations and annual conferences are beginning to offer mental health first aid training. Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.
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Health and Wholeness

Churches offer mental health first aid training

United Methodist churches and annual conferences have begun offering mental health first aid courses to train people in how to detect signs of mental illness and provide proper support.

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Laity wrote and sent a letter to the United Methodist bishops expressing concern about the composition of a special commission on A Way Forward on Oct. 16, Laity Sunday. The word laity is used to describe members of a congregation or parish who are not a part of the clergy.
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Helping your church respond to the coronavirus

Great information for leaders at ResourceUMC.org.

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