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

Different form of church in Poland

There are not many United Methodist church buildings that are older than 600 years. But in Glaznoty, in the northern part of Poland, there is one. And it is not only a historical building but a place where new expressions of church can be experienced.


Open for Faith, Hope, and Love

At the 2019 meeting of Poland Annual Conference, historical decisions were taken in regard to the ordination of women.


What to teach?

The 2019 meeting of Austria Provisional Annual Conference took place from May 30 to June 2 in Graz. It was characterized by a reshaping: less time for receiving and approving reports, on the other hand more time for conferencing and for thematic work.


European Methodists and World Refugee Day

In 2000, the United Nations General Assembly decided that, from 2001, June 20 should be celebrated as World Refugee Day. The European Methodist Council has recently published a Liturgy that aims to enable Methodist congregations all over Europe to observe this special day and to focus on refugees and migrants in a special worship service on or around June 20.


The praying mantis in the car park

The Fund for Mission in Europe has been established by the European Methodist Council. Its aim is to provide an opportunity for Methodist congregations all over Europe to learn from one another and to help one another. The Project List 2019 invites you to support faith-sharing and diaconal projects – from Estonia to Albania, from Russia to Portugal.