The United Methodist Church in Central and Southern Europe consists of approximately 33.500 members and friends living in 16 countries (you can find a map here), celebrating worship services in more than 20 languages and share God’s love in even more languages and expressions.

On this website you will learn more about this unique part of the  worldwide family of The United Methodist Church.

Bishop Dr. Patrick Streiff

Love that cannot be stopped

Who would have thought at the beginning of this year that 2020 would be such a difficult year? The Covid 19 pandemic changed a lot for many people around the world. Even the "Miss Stone Center" in Strumica (North Macedonia) had and still has to struggle with the consequences.


Sowing and harvesting in Hungarian Roma communities

For decades already, The United Methodist Church in Hungary has been striving to improve the living conditions and future prospects of disadvantaged and often marginalized people in Roma communities in the country.


Land in sight?

After weeks of lockdown, partial openings have been decided and implemented in numerous European countries. However, even if there may be silver lining on the horizon - the reality still looks very difficult for many people.


130 years of Methodism in Eurasia

In August 2019, people called Methodists from all over Eurasia had gathered in Uzhgorod (Ukraine) to share the joy of Unity in the ministry to God with brothers and sisters from other countries and to celebrate a special anniversary in their history – 130 years of Methodism in Eurasia. While some months have passed by since this event took place, it is still worth to have a look at the history of The United Methodist Church in Eurasia


More than just waiting for better days to come

The Coronavirus still heavily impacts public and social life in Europe. The UMC in the Central Conference of Central and Southern Europe is facing numerous challenges – but at the same time, the church is faithfully trying to do more than just waiting for better days to come.