People of God

United Methodists are a resilient people of God. Image by Sara Schork, United Methodist Communications.

We, the people called United Methodists, are living through trying times. Our disagreements have reached what many see as a breaking point.

There is uncertainty about what will happen when we gather in Minneapolis for General Conference in May 2020. A variety of plans, petitions and a protocol may shape our future.

While no one can say for certain what tomorrow holds, we know who we have been at our best—a spirit-filled, resilient, missional, deeply-rooted, diverse, connected and faithful people of God called The United Methodist Church.

And that is who God continues to call us to be.

The “People of God” campaign is meant to serve as a reminder of who we know we have been at our best -- the spirit-filled, resilient, missional, connected, faithful, diverse and deeply-rooted people of God called The United Methodist Church.

Who We Are

We are people of God

In the midst of the uncertainly, let us remember that God has called us to be the People of God.

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Derrick Scott is an Executive Director with the Wesley Foundation

Who We Are

United Methodist People of God

We asked United Methodists from around the globe why they love being United Methodist.