News at Edmonds UMC

The United Methodist Church, including its predecessor bodies, has a long and rich history of concern for social justice. Its members have often taken forthright positions on controversial issues involving Christian principles. In addition to carrying out acts of mercy, Methodism’s founder, John Wesley, spoke out against the abuse of animals, the exploitation of poor people, and the treatment of human beings as chattel. Following in Wesley’s footsteps, some early Methodists expressed their opposition to the slave trade, to smuggling, and to the cruel treatment of prisoners. Similarly, the United Brethren strongly condemned slavery. 

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On Sunday, February 9, at 11:45 a.m. in the Library, the topic of the 4th session is: "What You Can Do to Address Climate Change." The presenter will be Stan Gent, former President and CEO of Enwave (formerly Seattle Steam.)

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