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Stoney Point Stunner Fun Run & Mini-Obstacle Course. 08/26/2017 to 08/26/2017. Stoney Point YMCA Fields. Training program and kids Fun Run featuring obstacles of all sorts including tire run, hay bales, low crawl, slip & slide and more! Registrants can participate in just the race OR training sessions plus race. Cost is the same. Training sessions are for kids in Kindergarten-5th grade.

Blog by: Chris Seaborne, U.S. Lawns – Frederick, MD & Winchester, VA Right now is the time to start preparing for winter. Chris Seaborne and Tim Harrell, owners of U.S. Lawns – Team 008 of Frederick Maryland and Team 484 of Winchester Virginia, know first-hand the importance of starting off the winter season prepared, and...read more

Blog by: Ken Beasley, U.S. Lawns – Alexandria & Lafayette LA U.S. Lawns Franchise Owner Ken Beasley has the secret formula… Beasley, who lives in Natchez, Louisiana, owns U.S. Lawns Team – 346 in Alexandria, LA as well as Lafayette, LA Team – 426 and has three shops between the two territories. His is a...read more

In Montana's Flathead Valley, where some of the state's most liberal and conservative communities sit side by side, the national debate over refugees plays out on a small-town stage.

Healthy Kids Day 2017. 04/29/2017 to 04/29/2017. Stoney Point YMCA, 300 Stoney Point Rd. SW. Healthy Kids Day 2017

The number of forcibly displaced people today is almost 66 million. Some 22 million of them are refugees, of which 54 percent come from Afghanistan, Somalia, and Syria. Eighty percent of forcibly displaced people are in Africa.

-- By Jackie Campbell--
The historic Mount Harmony United Methodist Church was severely damaged on Tuesday, April 4 when a fully loaded tractor-trailer hauling small-diameter steel rods crashed into the building. No one was hurt except the driver, who reportedly injured his hand
The church building, however, is a total loss, said the Rev. Kenneth Haines, pastor. "The entire load of several hundred one-inch steel rods…

Gordon Memorial United Methodist Church in Nashville TN hosts a debate during Black History month to foster dialogue among young people on topics like racism and social justice. This video was produced by United Methodist Communications.

View a detailed denominational profile for United Methodist Church including membership data, geographical distribution, mergers and splits, change over time and related surveys. Provided for free from the Association of Religion Data Archives (TheArda.com).

The people of The United Methodist Church are putting our faith in action by making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Reared in the Church of England, Francis Asbury converted to Methodism after a religious experience in 1763. He became an itinerant preacher in England, and eventually answered John Wesleyâs call to spread Methodism to the American colonies
Asburyâs time in America became turbulent during the American Revolution. Because John Wesley was against the war, many colonists suspected American Methodists of sympathizing with England. Although many Methodist…

Physical inactivity is an equal opportunity issue, affecting all Americans regardless of race, age or gender, directly or indirectly. All of this sedentary living is costing us dearly, not only wreaking havoc on our physical health, but also robbing us of our emotional wellbeing and hitting us where it hurts the most—our wallets.

Followers of Jesus have wrestled with the question, who is my neighbor?, since the time Jesus walked the Earth. Members of Meridian Street United Methodist Church are actively engaging in new ways to connect with their neighbors, locally and around the world. Meridian Street member, Sylvia Hill explains, "About a year ago our House Group talked about helping to support a family from Syria. There was…

In the aftermath of the attack at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, here is what we know

John Wesley and Francis Asbury comic books share the adventures of spreading Methodism in America.

United Methodists among thousands in D.C. marching against resumption of construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, based in North Dakota, and other pipeline opponents have argued in federal court that the pipeline crosses sacred land, was approved by the government without adequate consultation, and would contaminate its water supply. Erik Alsgaard reports for United Methodist News Service.

Humberto Barralaga, detained for more than a month by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has been released on $8,000 bond. The Rev. Gustavo Vasquez, Director of Hispanic/Latino Communications at United Methodist Communications, reports for United Methodist News Service.