An Open Letter to United Methodists in Texas and All People of Good Will We, the United Methodist Bishops of the State of Texas, greet you in the love of Christ. We call upon those who claim the title “Christian” to remember that our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, began his life as a homeless…read more »
From Bishop McKee
From Bishop Michael McKee
Welcome to the United Methodist Church of North Texas!
Hello North Texas! I am Michael McKee and I am the Bishop of the North Texas Conference. It is a great privilege to be here and to serve in your midst. I look forward to hearing from you!
Events in our communities and across our nation since last week’s election demonstrate the ugly and evil sin of racism that is still among us. In schools, universities, restaurants, and other places, children and adults have been on the receiving end of words and actions by persons who seek to instill fear and dominance over others because of race or religion. To justify this behavior, some have cried that we are too focused on political correctness. That is simply incorrect.read more »
As bishops of The United Methodist Church in Texas we join with other faith leaders in our state to encourage Governor Greg Abbott to seek a pathway that will affirm the worth of all humankind. As Christians and as Texans our values are grounded in respect and hospitality toward newcomers. Those values lead us to welcome refugees to our state.read more »
As you worship on Sunday – the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks – focus on God’s hope for the world. While we will remember where we were that day, we will also remember how God is continually reaching out to us.read more »
I am inspired by the faithful leadership and ministry of the laity and clergy in the North Texas Conference. We have more fruitful ministry ahead. Here is what we will be doing together.read more »