Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño Calls for Non-Violent Protests and Civic Engagement (Video Message)

Bishop Carcaño names our historic cruelty, particularly toward African American men and boys, from historic legal slavery to modern day slavery, encompassing unjust policing practices, modern day lynching and economic injustice that traps people of color in poverty. Urging people to use their right of peaceful protest to practice non-violence, she calls upon faith leaders who preach messages of love and unity on Sunday to no longer be silent about our sinful national corrupt state of affairs on Monday.

Church buildings to remain closed

Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño directs local churches in California-Nevada Conference to remain closed as we continue to protect our faith family until it is safe to return to our ...

Looking through the window to Jesus' heart

Shinya Goto, District Superintendent for El Camino Real, considers John 17, the Farewell Prayer of Jesus and discusses what it is like to take steps together toward the ...

Do I love you Lord?

This week's lectionary reflection features Great Northern District Superintendent Blake Busick and his thoughts around John 14: 15-21. Blake explores the importance of asking ...

Mother's Day and the loving heart of Jesus

Staci Current, District Superintendent of the Bay area District, reflects on lectionary passages for this coming Sunday May 10th. She encourages us to not let our hearts be ...

Continuing in ministry with the buildings closed

Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño shares a message regarding continuing ministries with church buildings closed.

Open hearts. Open minds. Open doors.