COVID-19 Dashboard

The Arkansas Conference has developed a new tool for churches and church leaders to assist them in their response to COVID-19.

Social Media for the Districts

Join Amy Ezell and Day Davis with the ARUMC Center for Communication to discuss opportunities to increase your social media engagement for 2021, offer a quick review of the Arkansas Conference Social Media Principles, and provide easy social media post ideas.

Central District: Thursday, January 7 from 9-10 a.m. via Zoom

Northeast District: Sunday, January 24 from 2-3 p.m. via Zoom

Northwest District: Sunday, January 17 from 2-3 p.m. via Zoom

Beyond 2021

Dismantling Racism – Micah 6:8

COVID-19 Response

The Arkansas Conference is continuing to develop information for churches and church leaders on responding to COVID-19.

“The Church of Jesus Christ should be taking the lead in dismantling racism because it is a matter of faith, justice and morality.” – Bishop Gary Mueller

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

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

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Bishop Mueller’s Daily Devotional

An Everyday God

It’s a new day. But not just any new day. It’s God’s day, and this means that it can be an amazing day even if it seems that the world around you is going crazy. And here’s why. You can experience God’s amazing grace in a multitude of ways in the ways you most need it You can tell – and show – all the special people in your life how much you love them. You can learn something new about God, yourself and the world. You can invite the Holy Spirit to melt you, mold you, fill you and use you. You can make a difference in someone’s life. You can take a walk and revel in the joy of simply being alive. These may seem like everyday things. And they are. But that’s exactly the point. Because God is an everyday God who makes every day special.

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