The Interdenominational Cooperation Fund is one of seven apportionments of The United Methodist Church. It is apportioned among the 59 annual conferences in the United States. As of November 30, 2013, the most recent financial data available, the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund had received $1,273,178. This represents 61.66% of our goal amount of $2,065,000 for 2013.
In 2012 $1,820,458 was remitted, in 2011 $1,807,241 was remitted and in 2010 $1,836,952 was remitted.
The Interdenominational Cooperation Fund apportionment enables The United Methodist Church to witness the Christian faith to other groups. Funding this outreach fosters a renewal of Christian unity and understaning. It takes money and recommitment to make this happen. It takes you.
Your congregation’s 100-percent support of the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund is critical. Lead the way in your congregation in advocating for global peace and justice so 'that they may all be one'. Please give generously and thoughtfully to the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund. Thank you.