Assistance for Disaster Response

Learn how you can assist our response to the Arkansas River floods.

UMM Give Day

October 21st is UMM Give Day! Click the button to learn more!

16th Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Conference UMW

The 16th Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Conference United Methodist Women will be Saturday, November 2 at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church!

Refuge 2019

Youth enjoy a weekend in the beautiful outdoors while getting away from the hustle and bustle of school life. They have a chance to refocus their hearts and minds on God without the distractions of daily life. Refuge, in all its essence, IS a refuge from a busy, challenging world, and indulgence into the pure, beautiful experience of God’s grace.


Ingathering 2019 will be held on Saturday, November 23rd at the Arkansas Foodbank. Registration is now open!

Thank you for your support of LPI

Thank you to all who participated in the Lydia Patterson Institute offering earlier this summer. The students in El Paso, TX need our support and love offering now more than ever.

First time here?

Find out all about the United Methodist Church, what we’re doing in Arkansas, and how you can find your local congregation.

Interested in our ministries?

Campus ministries, camps and retreat centers, youth and young adult programs, and more. All part of our mission.

Wanting to serve?

Find out about service opportunities in the Arkansas Conference, from volunteering and mission work to full- and part-time jobs.

Looking for something?

Forms for clergy and laity, booklets, applications, Annual Conference journals, and other archived materials can be found here.

Wanting the latest?

Find out what’s happening this week in the Arkansas Conference by taking a look at (and signing up for) our e-newsletter.

Help support our ministries.

Donate to our Disaster Relief fund, 200,000 Reasons, or other ministries that our Conference supports.

Bishop Mueller’s Daily Devotional

God’s Joy

You see – and sometimes experience – so much suffering it’s easy to start assuming the worst is always going to happen. That’s why God wants you to start with God’s joy. God’s joy does not simply mask cynicism, negativity and worst assumptions. Rather, it literally re-forms you so you become compassionate instead of overwhelmed by suffering, hopeful instead of depressed by pain and purposeful instead of stymied by difficult questions. So go ahead and take that step to tap into God’s joy and experience a power that will change your life – starting right now! 

The Arkansas United Methodist

September 2019 Issue