As the year draws to a close, we look for ways to provide the basic human needs to the most vulnerable populations. Local churches and laity are invited to join in fulfilling these needs by giving love, joy, hope, and peace with #GiveLove, Global Ministries’ end-of-year campaign. Now through December 31, churches will have the opportunity to participate in the transformational missional work the Advance network provides and discover how financial gifts made through The Advance network impact lives with their congregations.
Global Mission Fellows are young adults, ages 20–30, who are committed to work in social justice ministries for two years. They serve outside of their home communities, either in the United States or overseas. This graduate-level fellowship allows participants to address the root causes of oppression and alleviate human suffering alongside community organizations in a variety of issues including public health (including HIV/AIDS), migration/immigration, education and poverty.
Creating opportunities for young adults is a priority of Global Ministries. Young adults play a critical role as agents of change in The United Methodist Church.