UMCOR is Assisting Tornado Survivors

Responding to a disaster can bring together the connectional system of the United Methodist Church and allow us to be actively involved in supporting the affected area. While we wait for assessments to be completed and plans to be established, there is still much you can do. Learn More & HELP TODAY


As you may be aware, Hurricane Henri has made its way up the east coast over the past week, leaving a trail of flooding and destruction. As a result, many in Henri's path will need disaster assistance. One way you can help is by volunteering to be a Crisis Cleanup phone volunteer.  Learn More

Mission Opportunities

Global Mission Fellows are young adults, ages 20–30, who are committed to work in social justice ministries for two years. They serve outside of their home communities, either in the United States or overseas. This graduate-level fellowship allows participants to address the root causes of oppression and alleviate human suffering alongside community organizations in a variety of issues including public health (including HIV/AIDS), migration/immigration, education and poverty.

Creating opportunities for young adults is a priority of Global Ministries. Young adults play a critical role as agents of change in The United Methodist Church.

Pastor Bill Klebe
Conference Secretary, Global Ministries

Doug Hoy
Disaster Response Coordinator

Michelle Schwartzman
Volunteers In Mission Coordinator