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)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 2, 2021 Congregations Encouraged to Vote No on BSA Bankruptcy Plan A United Methodist Ad Hoc Committee is encouraging congregations to vote against a proposed Boy Scouts of America (BSA) reorganization plan, following months of...
Western Jurisdiction United Methodist Men invitation for the National Day of Prayer We’re all seeing and reading about the racial tension that has swept across our nation. We’ve been cooped up for months. Our routines have been upended. These unsettling times have...
United Methodist Men need your help. Watch and share the Give Day video. Use the bulletin inserts and make this Give Day a huge success!
The South District Ramp Mission for 2019 is excited to announce that plans for our first ramp have been kicked off. This coming Friday, March 22, a Site Survey will be conducted to determine the design and associated requirements which will ultimately allow building a...
The Western Jurisdiction Disaster Academy is being held in Phoenix Arizona March 28-31 of 2019. This training opportunity will connect you with trainers from UMCOR and disaster coordinators across the country who will equip and prepare you to mobilize your...
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.