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In this message, Bishop Connie Mitchell Shelton addresses the inaccuracies and myths surrounding the Pilgrims and Native people narrative, urging us to confront the uncomfortable truths that history often overlooks.
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Each month, we publish this flyer to share timely Conference resources available to clergy and laity in local churches in the North Carolina Conference. The flyer includes upcoming events, grant […] Continue Reading→
Winter Weather Preparedness Week is December 3-9, 2023. Here are some ways you can prepare your home and church for the winter season: For more information on winter weather preparedness, […] Continue Reading→
The United Methodist Church is unequivocal in its support of public education, and our own NC Conference has demonstrated its commitment to our public school children and educators for over […] Continue Reading→
Together, let’s make this Giving Tuesday a celebration of our collective compassion and commitment to serving those in need. We have the incredible opportunity to make an impact in communities […] Continue Reading→
Join pastor and author MaryAnn McKibben Dana for a spirited exploration of “yes, and…” and other tools for faithful improvisation. We are all improvisers, often without realizing it. The focus of our time together will not be on acting and comedy skills, but on practices for thriving in the midst of chaotic, often unpredictable lives. Come for a… Continue Reading→
Whether you’re a pastor, church leader, or a concerned member, join us to gain valuable insights and practical strategies for promoting unity and harmony within your church. Learn to transform conflicts into opportunities for spiritual growth and strengthen the bonds that make your congregation a loving and supportive family. Continue Reading→
In this message, Bishop Connie Mitchell Shelton addresses the inaccuracies and myths surrounding the Pilgrims and Native people narrative, urging us to confront the uncomfortable truths that history often overlooks. Continue Reading→
You’re invited to a Project AGAPE Christmas box packing event! We need your help to pack boxes on November 28 and December 2. This is a wonderful opportunity to give […] Continue Reading→
Giving Tuesday is on November 28, 2023. This year, we have the incredible opportunity to make an impact in communities around the world through the District Christmas Offering, supporting Project […] Continue Reading→
Five Focus Areas
As we strive to make disciples, we focus on these five areas.
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Let’s remind ourselves of who we are at our best — the spirit-filled, resilient, connected, missional, faithful, diverse, deeply rooted, committed, disciple-making, Jesus-seeking, generous, justice-seeking, world-changing people of God called The United Methodist Church.