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Five Reasons Why You Ought to Join the WCA Now

By Carolyn Moore Since General Conference 2019, multiple conversations have produced multiple proposals for multiple ways through our current crisis. Negotiations have produced several significant legislative proposals to be considered at General Conference 2020. The “Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation” seems to have generated more blogs, tweets, resolutions and comments than there are […]

The Method in Methodism

By Bob Kaylor As traditionalists think about what a new Methodist movement might look like, one of the things we have heard often is how important some form of the name “Methodist” is. People have a lot of reasons for preferring that name, from connecting to our theological heritage to maintaining continuity with our organizational […]

Embracing a New Beginning

By Keith Boyette With the recent announcement of the Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation, and now the release of its implementing legislation, many United Methodists are focusing on next steps. The protocol has now been endorsed by seven major advocacy groups that have often been at odds with one another: The Confessing Movement, […]

Reservations and Hope about the Protocol

By Tim McClendon Will The United Methodist Church separate into two or more denominations? Only its General Conference can say for sure. The recently announced “Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace Through Separation” has gained a good deal of traction across the UM connection. The press and social media plus the blogosphere have been reporting things […]

WCA Resources

We have compiled a list of resources that you may find beneficial to your ministry. These include blogs, articles, and brochures. We encourage you to review these documents and share them with every United Methodist you know.

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Chicago Resources

View the videos from the first meeting of the WCA. Relive what happened at the beginning of our movement.

Memphis Resources

Our second WCA event was held April 28th through the 30th 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee, and the presence of God was evident.

Houston Resources

The theme of the 2017 Global Gathering was “Move – On Mission With God.”  God invites us to lay aside human endeavors and agendas, and make ourselves available for the purposes God is revealing in this age.