Pan-Methodist Campaign for Children in Poverty
Churches in the Wesleyan tradition are joining together to advocate, serve, nurture and expand faithful efforts on behalf of children in poverty. Your church is invited and encouraged to take part.
The purpose of this campaign is to affirm the Wesleyan heritage to care for the poor by encouraging “the people called Methodist” to serve children and youth at risk to poverty. Read more about the campaign: http://www.panmethodistcampaignforchildren.org/booklet.html
These organizations are working to help children in poverty. By partnering with them, you can enhance your church's ministry.
You can make a difference in the lives of children and youth, and you can make a difference in the effectiveness of this Campaign. We need you to:
- Pray for children and youth
- Be informed about the realities of children and youth
- Discern how the Christian faith relates to caring for children and youth
- Put your faith into action on behalf of children and youth
- Share your story! Email us to let us know how your church is reaching children in poverty: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pan-Methodist Commission came into existence in 1985. Its primary objective is to foster meaningful cooperation among the African Methodist Episcopal, African Methodist Episcopal Zion, African Union Methodist Protestant, Christian Methodist Episcopal, United Methodist, and Union American Methodist Episcopal Churches.