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Remembering September 11th 2001

Updated: Oct 1, 2023


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On September 11th, 2001, our world was forever changed by the tragic events that took place in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.


The United Methodist Church responded to these events by offering compassion and comfort to those who were affected by this tragedy. In the aftermath of 9/11, the church provided pastoral care, counseling, and support to those who were grieving and struggling to make sense of what had happened.


The United Methodist Church also called for peace and dialogue with those of different faiths, recognizing that violence and hatred only breed more violence and hatred. The United Methodist Church saw this as an opportunity to promote understanding and love for all people, regardless of their race or religion.

As we approach the 23rd anniversary of 9/11, it is important to remember the lessons that we have learned and to renew our commitment to serving and loving our community in a real way.


Another way that we can serve our community is by working to promote peace and understanding.

One way that we can do this is by reaching out to those who are still struggling with the effects of 9/11. This could include first-responders, survivors, and family members of those who lost their lives.

Another way that we can serve our community is by working to promote peace and understanding. The events of 9/11 were fueled by hate and extremism, and it is important that we work to combat these forces in our world today. This could involve supporting interfaith initiatives, promoting dialogue and understanding between different communities, and working to address the root causes of extremism and violence.


...we can continue to serve and love our community in a real way by reaching out to those who are still struggling, promoting peace and understanding, and working to make our world a better place.

In conclusion, the United Methodist Church responded to the events of 9/11 with compassion and care, and we can continue to serve and love our community in a real way by reaching out to those who are still struggling, promoting peace and understanding, and working to make our world a better place.


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