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Greetings from Sandy Kerr

Greetings from Sandy Kerr

The laity of each church is the backbone of every church. We are vital to the growth of the church and spreading God’s word. Wesley feared the movement known as Methodists would vanish from the earth.

DSC RACE Announces Anti-Racism Initiatives for Desert Southwest Conference

        DSC-RACE.com Newly Formed Coalition Presents Actionable Steps to Combat Racism Phoenix, AZ: Today, the DSC RACE Coalition announced that, on September 1, 2020, they will be releasing educational materials to all members...
Walking in the Waters of our Baptism

Walking in the Waters of our Baptism

The murder of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and the hate crime causing George Floyd’s horrific death have brought our nation and our church to a tipping place. The Appointive Cabinet denounces the sin of systemic racism and commits to taking action to end a culture of white privilege in our society and in our church.

Who’s my neighbor?

Who’s my neighbor?

In Jesus’ discussion with a legal expert in Luke 10:27, we hear what God wants from us; “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, with all your strength, and with all your mind, and love your neighbor as yourself.” (Luke 10:27, Common English Bible-CEB) Love your neighbor as yourself. Hmmm, just who is he referring to—my extended family, the people who live nearby, people who look like me and act like me? The legal expert wanted that clarified and asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”

A Note from DSC DisAbility Ministry Committee

by Howard Guetherman, Chair of disAbilities and member of Health & Caring Committee How many United Methodist Churches of the Desert Southwest Conference have found a new way to continue worshiping together electronically during this current COVID-19 Virus...

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