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United Methodists believe that children have a right to education, and parents and governments have an obligation to provide them with the access to an adequate education.

There are many ways church members can become more informed, more involved, and also advocate for schools and families. Below you will find practical ideas and tips, as well as worship resources to help you in this important ministry.

Students walk on the campus of Duke University. Photo by Les Todd, Duke University.

What We Believe

United Methodist Schools Quiz

The church has a commitment to education. Here's a quick quiz to share history and highlights about United Methodist schools.

Students laugh in a classroom in East Congo. Photo by Mike DuBose, United Methodist News Service.


A United Methodist Prayer for the Classroom

When students go back to school, so do teachers, administrators, and other staff. Take time to offer this quick prayer for those beginning another school session.