What could I do as a GMF Us-2?                            

Global Mission Fellows are matched with affiliates and work sites that fit their gifts, experience, and calling. 



Affiliates support innovative, community-based mission and ministries by placing fellows in the United Methodist local churches, related organizations and non-profits.



Learn more about our Affiliates and some of the service opportunities within each location.



Alabama

Mobile District/Open Doors

The Mobile District's Open Doors ministry exists to engage United Methodist in transformative ministries, addressing the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of their community.  As instruments of God's grace, Fellows will partner with community members, churches and agencies as we learn from one another and grow together towards the vision God has for us.



Alaska

Nome Community Center

Since 1906, they have been enhancing the quality of life by preservation of family, culture, and education of the people of the Bering Straits Region of Northwest Alaska.  Some of their programs include Nome Food Bank, Boys and Girls Club of Nome, Adult Day Services, Nome's Children Home and Nome Youth Court. 



Arizona

St. Francis of the Foothills UMC

St. Francis in the Foothills is known in the community as a church on the frontlines of the pursuit of justice. Tucson is a city with a diverse array of organizations working for justice in a variety of spheres, and the people of Tucson represent a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds.



District of Columbia

General Board of Church and Society

GBCS is located on Capitol Hill which represents where policy is made that impacts people throughout the US and the world. Our work involves issues that range from poverty, mass incarceration, immigration, climate change, health, and women and girls and how our faith, as United Methodists can engage to bring justice.



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