UM Men approve links with 22 organizations
During a May 6 Zoom meeting, the General Commission on UM Men, approved four organizations as affiliate partners, eight organizations as affiliates, and 10 as endorsed organizations.
Affiliate partners are organizations within or attached to the commission with an exchange of funds.
Affiliates have close relationships with the commission, but no funds are exchanged.
Endorsed organizations are ministries and missions the commission recommends to local churches and other UM or ecumenical groups.
National Association of Conference Presidents of UM Men
Conference presidents train leaders of UM Men at all levels.
Volunteers glean farm fields and bag fruit for hungry families.
Non-denominational group provides daily devotions for military personnel and first responders.
United Methodist Men Foundation
Volunteers raise funds for Scouting ministries and men’s ministries.
Leaders provide training and advancement experiences for young people.
UM Men mentor boys, especially those whose parents are incarcerated.
Volunteers provide scouting experiences for girls and young women.
Men build hand-crank vehicles for handicapped people in Third World countries.
Programs of Religious Activities with Youth
Christian education for young people in four age groups.
Opportunities for people to post prayers on website.
Men provide Advent and Lenten guides and feed the hungry.
An on-line ministry strengthens the faith of men around the world.
Denominational Men’s Ministry Leadership
An ecumenical group of leaders of men’s ministry share ways to reach men.
Children in Haiti receive hearing aids.
People learn leadership techniques employed by Jesus.
A high-tech system changes disease-causing water into clean drinking water.
People in Third World nations receive free Christian reading materials.
Men learn ways to reach the unchurched.
Long-lasting packages of dried food provide emergency meals to hungry people.
Plans help UM Men build handicap ramps.
The Upper Room Emmaus Ministries
A weekend spiritual experience changes lives.
Men improve relationships with their families and others.