November 11, 2011

What Would Occupy John Wesley?

Michael Gryboski, Christian Post

As the Occupy Wall Street Movement continues to demonstrate in major cities across the world, an increasing number of United Methodist Church members are joining the cause.

Methodism’s involvement in the protests is seen with churches in states like New York and California encouraging parishioners, as well as Facebook groups like "Methodists @ OWS."

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