In our Book of Resolutions we name the care of refugees as a first priority in our statement on Global Migration and the Quest for Justice. Learn how you can help today.
United Methodist Foundation is trustee of a special endowment called the “One Who Is Loved Fund.” This permanent endowment makes possible, love gifts to benefit children under the age of 18 who have special needs such as specialized medical equipment or supplies/medicine, transportation to hospitals or treatment centers, or other special needs. For more information,… Continue Reading→
The NC Conference Media Center and the Christian Formation Team invite you to join us for an online study on the Gospel of John during Lent. We will be using United Methodist Pastor Adam Hamilton’s newest book, John: The Gospel of Light and Life. Through reading the text, the entire Gospel of John, and discussing… Continue Reading→
The North Carolina Conference Board of Laity is looking for your stories – stories of how you are in ministry to persons beyond your local church. Instead of capturing just a few ministries to be shared at Annual Conference, the Board is looking for signs of the breadth and depth of involvement of laypersons to… Continue Reading→
Conference boards, agencies, commissions, and committees provide leadership opportunities for those who are interested in reflecting and sharing in the mission of the North Carolina Annual Conference. For Annual Conference in 2016, many committee members will be nominated to serve for the next quadrennium, beginning July 1, 2016 through annual conference 2020, or for other… Continue Reading→
The United Methodist Church’s top legislative body, the General Conference, will meet at the Oregon Convention Center, in Portland, Oregon, May 10-20, 2016. North Carolina Conference United Methodists are engaged in so many exciting life-transforming ministries daily. How will this General Conference gathering affect United Methodists in North Carolina? Over the next few months, we… Continue Reading→
Anyone who has done tax returns for clergy knows that they are quite different from a lay person’s return. There are some differences in the way taxable income is determined as well as where things are reported on the return. Dr. Lovett Weems has prepared a 12-minute video to give an introduction to clergy taxes… Continue Reading→
The NC Conference Media Center and Christian Formation Team are excited to bring back the online Lenten study for 2016. This Lent, join in our online book discussion of United Methodist Pastor Adam Hamilton’s newest book, John: The Gospel of Light and Life. We will join together in online community to learn what makes the… Continue Reading→
Join us for the next Vital Conversation: Featuring Rev. Cynthia Moore Koikoi exploring the Building of Bridges from Church to Community. Join GCORR in a Vital Conversation Thursday, Feb. 4 at 9 p.m. ET with The Rev. Cynthia Moore Koikoi as she explores ways in which the Church can build bridges instead of walls. Rev. KoiKoi is the district superintendent for the… Continue Reading→
The Amazing Pace reward cards from the fourth journey of 2015 have been mailed out and should be received by Monday, February 1st. Thanks for your participation!