Online Resources

Here are some online resources that your church may be interested in using!


BibleProject is a nonprofit, crowdfunded organization that produces 100% free Bible videospodcastsblogsclasses, and educational Bible resources to help make the biblical story accessible to everyone everywhere.  As always, preview content before using with a class.  Also, review their Terms of Use.

Now, Christians, Let’s Have A Real Conversation

Article and resource links from the General Commission on Religion and Race

This study is shared with permission of the Baltimore-Washington Conference of The United Methodist Church:

Reclaiming and Living Covenant: A Lenten Experience of Scripture, UMC Social Principles and Antiracist Action to Build Beloved Community

Although designed for use in Lent, this six-session study is appropriate for any time of year.

The Upper Room eLearning

Online courses based on Upper Room publications.  Payment required.

The Society of St. Andrew

This organization, funded in part by The United Methodist Church, brings people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste, and build caring communities by offering nourishment to hungry neighbors.  Their website contains free hunger-related Bible studies, VBS materials, and seasonal devotional materials.

From their website: Home Page | EndHunger  click the 'Learn' tab, then the 'Spiritual Resources' tab.

Lifelong Faith Associates

Creating Lifelong Faith Formation for Today's World

This website offers a wealth of information on age-level and intergenerational faith formation, including free downloadable copies of books, curated lists of recommended resources for all ages, links to John Roberto's informative blog posts, and information on webinars.