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DYK? Churches go the extra mile

As apportionments have dwindled, we have cut back on conference ministry and our support of the general church has been severely limited. Yet, we have been strong and faithful in our care for others, in our heart for missions.

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Bishop Dyck Column: Road to Reconcilation

This may be the moment in United Methodism when we have just enough reconciliation for us to separate in peace. By this time, I hope that you have had the opportunity to read the “Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation,” which was a mediated agreement by factions within The United Methodist Church to end the harm we are inflicting upon each other regarding human sexuality.

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Bracelets help Bahamas

A dollar can go a long way. Second-grader Olivia Hoffman learned that selling her handmade rubber band loom bracelets for one dollar not only adds up but also makes a big difference.

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Annual Conference 2020 asks Y Church

The Annual Conference Committee is busy organizing details and finalizing plans for the 2020 Annual Conference. It will be held June 7-9 and returning to the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center and Hotel for a second year.

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Black History Month Resources

Black History Month is not just about what has happened in the past, but also about what is happening now.

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Bishop Dyck statement on proposed separation

After the Special Session of General Conference, I and many others in The United Methodist Church came to the painful conclusion that we just can’t go on like this. Through the legislative process of our church, we came away with winners and losers regarding deeply held faith commitments as they relate to ministry with and by LGBTQ persons.

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