To fulfill our mission as United Methodists, we must offer the hope of Jesus Christ in all aspects of life. Discipleship Ministries uses the acronym H.O.P.E. to remind us of the core process of making disciples:
H – Hospitality
O – Offer Christ
P – Purpose
E – Engagement
How is your congregation welcoming others, leading them to commit their lives to Christ, nurturing them in the faith, and sending them into the world to serve?
How is your congregation offering HOPE? Please e-mail your story to EOCHOPE@eocumc.com.
Sunday, October 4 is World Communion Sunday.
Your giving on this UMC Special Sunday provides scholarships for national and international graduate students whom God has gifted to learn and to serve.
Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” Because the people of The United Methodist Church believe that all of God’s children have been created and gifted to build the kingdom Jesus ushered in, we’re resourcing them to do just that.
Click on the video above to see how your generosity is making a difference.
PLAN – Summer has turned to Fall, which means it’s now time to start planning for Advent. Discipleship Ministries offers these Advent resources to help your congregation prepare for, and celebrate, the real meaning of Christmas.
DISCIPLE - Kids Capes of Courage is a Northampton UMC ministry that empowers sick children and wraps them in prayer. This downloadable video is one of hundreds that highlight the life-changing ministries of The United Methodist Church.
JOIN - Pastors are often mentioned when people list the names of those who have had the greatest impact on their life. Take a moment and join in saying “thank you” during Pastor Appreciation Month in October.
Search for East Ohio Churches or Clergy.