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Where have all the salmon gone?

When the salmon run fails in the northern Pacific, Alaska’s Chignik Native Americans lose more than just a season of work. An UMCOR partnership provides hope and food security for five coastal communi ...

A Call to Action for United Methodists in Response to the Plight of Migrants

The United Methodist Immigration Task Force calls upon Methodists across the connection to take action in support of migrants, immigrants and asylum seekers by praying, giving and writing our politica ...

EarthKeepers community garden grows with support from UMCOR’s Food Security Program

In Burien, Washington, a food security grant from UMCOR helped Highline UMC fulfill their dream of a community garden.

UMCOR supports an Alaskan Yu’pik community move with WASH projects

It takes a village, and a whole lot of partners, to move a village. An UMCOR grant provides WASH resources to help Newtok’s Yu’pik residents move to higher ground in Alaska.

In Focus: Sustainable Development

During the month of July, follow along as we share the importance and impact of UMCOR’s sustainable development work around the world.

Crossing language barriers for sanctuary in Charlottesville, Virginia

Wesley Memorial UMC in Charlottesville, Virginia, discovers that offering sanctuary is more than providing safe space – it’s about finding ways to cross barriers and create community.

A Sunday of Solidarity for Suffering Children

Join in A Sunday of Solidarity for Suffering Children on June 30. On behalf of children suffering along the border and around the world, there are three things we can do to make an impact now.

Care for children of God!

Rev. Jack Amick, director of Global Migration, responds to news coming from the U.S.-Mexico border and offers ways in which you can help alleviate the suffering of migrant children and families.

Welcome the stranger: act boldly on World Refugee Day

General secretary Thomas Kemper urges United Methodists to not only remember, but respond, to the needs of the record 70.8 million displaced people in the world today.

Methodist Church of Brazil welcomes migrants: Shade and Fresh Water

From the Brazilian Methodist Church, a story of welcome and service with Venezuelan refugees arriving in Boa Vista, Brazil.

New growth from common ground: mission roundtables

Crossing boundaries of identity, theology and worldview, this global program creates a sacred space to discover new ways of being the church in the world. Together.

Ensuring universal rights and welcome for global migrants

This overview of UMCOR’s global migration work includes places of welcome, food for body and spirit, education, legal help and many more ways that United Methodists support migrants around the world.

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