NEW: Study Guides Available

Study Guide Announcement In the early days of Methodism, members of the Methodist Societies were organized into classes under the direction of a leader. These groups were for mutual support, spiritual growth, and deepening knowledge about faithful living. When these groups regularly gathered, they were called class meetings. The class meetings became significant in shaping the character of early Methodism and … Read More

New Lectionary Resource for the Campus

A Collegiate Ministry Lectionary for the Academic YearWhether on Sunday mornings or Thursday nights, in coffee shops or college chapels, for many of our campuses worship is at the heart of our ministries. Often, our ministries follow the lectionary cycle, trying to force the academic year into the liturgical calendar. For those who have tried this approach, it quickly becomes ... Read More

Interfaith & Religious Literacy

College and university campuses are amazingly diverse settings, a convergence of people from different economic, cultural, and--of course--religious backgrounds. This diversity brings many opportunities and challenges to an on campus ministry. In these diverse settings, it is important to maintain an awareness of and healthy relationships with campus peers of other faiths and cultures. Connector.Association of American Colleges & UniversitiesWebsite: ... Read More

Student Newsletter March 2016

    Check out these great opportunities! Live Out Your Faith in Amazing Ways 2016/2017 United Methodist College Ministry is now accepting applications for our Rule 2 Grants and we have some funds set aside for student initiated projects. Do not miss out on getting support for your innovative ideas. Find out more and apply. Sign up for NEXT Street Team  NEXT … Read More