Mission Stories

Methodists have always been a mission-minded people. Mission involves Christians set by God to and from anywhere who cross boundaries to spread the gospel in word, sign, and deed. Following this understanding, Methodists from all continents, from many nationalities, races, and ethnicities, both women and men, lay and ordained, have organized, supported, and engaged in mission to evangelize; start new churches; work for justice; alleviate suffering; build peace; empower women; train leaders in society; conduct medical missions; start new churches, schools, hospitals, clinics, and printing presses; and witness to the kingdom of God. Share your story with us.

Rotifunk Hospital

Rotifunk Hospital

UBC Hospital in Sierra Leone In 1891, the Women’s Missionary Association of the United Brethren in Christ sent Dr. Marietta...

Wembo Nyama

Wembo Nyama

Congolese Chief and Supporter of Methodist Mission Head of a village of the same name in the Belgian Congo, noted...