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The 2016 United Methodist Book of Discipline charges the General Commission on United Methodist Men with the “primary oversight for the coordination and resourcing of men’s ministry with The United Methodist Church.” (paragraph 2302)

Do you have questions about UMM or Chartering a local church men’s group? Contact David James, Conference UMM Director at .

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Amending Through Faith

Launched in June 2018

The General Commission on United Methodist Men has partnered with AMEND Together to create an eight-week group series in which men will learn to recognize, respond to, and prevent violence against women.

  • Click here to view the Amending through Faith information sheet.
  • Click here to order the Amending through Faith study materials.
  • Click here to read more about this learning opportunity.

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United Methodist Men focus on ‘new beginnings’

Bishop James Swanson, president of the General Commission on United Methodist Men, said it is time for a new beginning for self and for the United Methodist Men. “Things we did in the past will not work today.” He described that a part of a “glory sighting,” telling us “God doesn’t give up on us.”

Bishop’s Briefing on Boy Scouts of America

Now that the groundwork of our negotiations with the Boy Scouts of America and the resulting pre-trial agreements are finalized, I want to share with you in full transparency where we are.

Annual conferences to raise funds for Survivor Trust Fund

Pending court approval of a settlement agreement in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) bankruptcy case, United Methodists have agreed to contribute $30 million to a $3 billion Survivor Trust Fund that will receive contributions from the Boy Scouts of America (BSA),...

What’s new with UMM in our Conference?

The Desert Southwest Conference United Methodist Men group has entered into an Affiliate Program with SAWs (Servants at Work) a 501 C (3) organized in Indiana. The DSC United Methodist Men operate as a 501 C (3) in Arizona, Nevada, and California.  Collaboratively they provide free, ADA compliant, DisAbility Ramps to qualified low-income clients throughout the Desert Southwest Conference. This ministry seeks volunteers and donations from men’s ministry groups, churches, foundations, companies, civic groups, and individuals.