As United Methodists we are clear in our convictions. Since the early 1900s our denomination has advocated for the rights of marginalized communities (learn more). Those early calls for justice became what we now call the United Methodist Social Principles, a collection of values for Methodists around the world.
Duke Memorial, voting is an essential action in our advocacy for the basic rights of our community, and we call upon you to vote this election.
Is there a principle that matches your current passion? Take it home and tell your neighbors #Ivotetheprinciples
Want to know more about the principles? catch up with the General Board of Church and Society.
Want to know more about voting? check out dcovotes.com
Use the Social Principles Voter Guide from the NC Conference Board of Church & Society
The strength of a political system depends upon the full and willing participation of its citizens. The church should continually exert a strong ethical influence upon the state, supporting policies and programs deemed to be just and opposing policies and programs that are unjust. - UMC Social Principles 164.5.b