ABOUT US

The United Methodist Men of the Baltimore-Washington Conference, striving to lead like Jesus

ADDRESS

434-321-1445

BWC Mission Center
11711 E. Market Pl.
Fulton, MD 20759

Info@bwcumm.org

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Our Mission 

To Help Men Grow In Christ, So Others May Know Christ.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to make and engage men to be disciples of  Jesus Christ and enable them to grow spiritually for the transformation of the world.

Our Objectives

  • To establish Units of the United Methodist Men in each local Church in the United Methodist Churches of the Baltimore Washington Conference;

  • To promote and provide a means of chartering and annual certification of local United Methodist Men Units;

  • To promote Evangelism, Mission, Spiritual life of men;

  • To provide leadership, guidance and training for the various United Methodist Men's Units;

  • To perform those duties and functions established for the United Methodist Men by the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church as an auxiliary of the North Eastern Jurisdiction and the  General Commission of United Methodist Men (Section XVII) ) ; and

  • To work with the Bishop, Conference Connectional Table, Conference Boards, Regional Guides, District

  • To be aware of the needs of the churched and non-churched through by the giving of our time, financial gifts as a testimony of our faith in Jesus Christ our Savior.  

  • To actively support, promote and serve in the Scouting program as a Christian example to young people. 

  • To provide scriptures for those who need help.

  • To aggressively support a prayer ministry for all people in our conference, region,  nation and the world.

  • Superintendents and Pastors, to strengthen the United Men's ministries at all levels. 

I am a United Methodist Man

I am a United Methodist Man. I am a man as human and as sinful as any other man. However, I have been changed forever by the merciful grace of God, grounded in His Word, and attempting, with His help, to live out my faith in the world. I feel especially called to a ministry to men and desire to see that every man reach the fullness of God and experience the wonderful saving grace of our Lord and Savior whom I am privileged to know. 


I am a United Methodist Man. I belong to a community of men within the United Methodist Church who share my call to ministry and who are moved to action by the whisperings of the Holy Spirit. Together, we are committed to serving God through word and deed and strive to live out our faith daily as we take up our cross and follow Him. 


I am a United Methodist Man. I struggle with the demons of the flesh as I live in the world even though l am not of this world. l strive to spend time alone with Him daily in prayer and meditation and look to the Word for guidance and inspiration. I believe in His power working through me as I seek to bring other men to Him. 


I am a United Methodist Man. I take seriously Jesus’ words, “Come, follow me.” I have a special concern for the sick, the marginalized, and the needy. I assist the young through the scouting ministry of my church, honor the military and first responders with copies of Strength for Service, and help feed the hungry through participating in events led by Stop Hunger Now and the Society of St. Andrew. I want to respond in a healing way to the brokenness of the world in which I live. 


I am a United Methodist Man. I will honor and uphold the traditions, polity and structure of the United Methodist Church. We can accomplish more together than we can as individuals. I believe our Wesleyan heritage makes us unique and well equipped to witness our faith to a dying and sinful world. Our connectedness gives us the strength to respond to God’s call to love others as we would love Him. I encourage my local fellowship to charter annually in order to support ministries beyond the local church.

  
I am a United Methodist Man. God’s call on my life and my obedience to Him makes me a radiating power. Through the faithfulness of my commitment to Him, I become a living symbol, the hands and feet of Jesus, a sign of His kingdom here on earth. 


I am a United Methodist Man. 


© 2014 Neil Brown