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Committed to The UMC

Our future is bright

The United Methodist Church continues to be a source of light around the world. Our connection serves those in need and shares God’s love every single day. New faith communities are growing. A renewed sense of purpose is leading us forward.

Keep scrolling to find support and resources for congregations that are discussing disaffiliation, and for communities of faith that are entering a new chapter of mission and ministry.

If you want to remain United Methodist in the face of a local church disaffiliation, retain your membership by transferring it prior to your church’s official disaffiliation. If you need help finding a committed congregation, contact your District Superintendent, explore options in your annual conference, or search on Find-A-Church.

Annual Conference Connections

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Take the lead

Take the lead

It is vital that committed United Methodists make their voices heard if their congregation is considering disaffiliation.

Find Out HOw
Prayer and scripture are sources of strength in the midst of uncertain times. Stock photo by Ben White,

Faith in grief, anxiety, fear

Faith in grief, anxiety, fear

Resources for those who are experiencing sadness, worry and more during difficult times.

Find Comfort

Our connection is strong and enduring

If you feel as if you are losing your church home due to disaffiliation, or if you need pastoral support during this difficult time, remember that you are loved and there is a place for you in The United Methodist Church. Thanks to our connectional system, we are all in this together.

Find a local church and pastor that are remaining United Methodist by visiting Find-A-Church. These vibrant communities of faith will welcome you to worship, care for you and offer opportunities for you to serve and grow among them.


Have questions? We have answers!

Ask your questions and check out answers to some frequently asked questions (FAQs).


Be encouraged

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