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Wisconsin Conference UMC is on Twitter! PDF Print E-mail

Twitter logoJoin the conversation on Twitter and follow Wisconsin UMC! Click here to visit the official Wisconsin Conference Twitter feed for a new way to stay up-to-date on the latest Conference news.

United Methodists Support Imagine No Malaria Campagin and World Malaria Day PDF Print E-mail

Imagine No Malaria logoImagine No Malaria is an extraordinary ministry of the people of The United Methodist Church that is dedicated to eliminating deaths from malaria in Africa through prevention, treatment, education and communication. Through generous support, this goal has never been closer in reach. Malaria’s death rate is half of what it was in 2006; however, there is more work to be done as this preventable disease still claims a life every 60 seconds. World Malaria Day on April 25 is the perfect time to promote this cause in your congregation.

Support Native American Ministries Sunday PDF Print E-mail

Native American Ministries SundaysNative American Ministries Sunday is May 4, 2014. Order free Native American Ministries Sunday celebration resources at www.umcgiving.org/ss or call toll-free at 888-346-3862. Shipping is free if ordered before April 24.

Liberian Missionary Visited Wisconsin and Shared Stories About Ganta Hospital PDF Print E-mail

Victor TaryorUnited Methodist Missionary Victor Taryor has been serving in his home country of Liberia, Africa as the administrator of Ganta Hospital since 2006, and visited Wisconsin last month. On March 18, he spent time at Sun Prairie UMC, sharing stories and information about how Ganta Hospital is serving the needs of Liberian people. “We are blessed that God is using our careers to be able to alleviate suffering,” he said.

Bishop Jung to Travel to Dongbu Annual Conference Session PDF Print E-mail

Bishop JungBishop Jung and four other Wisconsin Conference members will travel to South Korea on April 21 for the Dongbu Annual Conference Session. Traveling with Bishop will be Capital-Coulee District Superintendent Sam Royappa, Coordinator of Circuit Ministries Don Greer, and Pastors Forrest Wells and Mark Klaisner.

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