November is Native American Heritage month and we give thanks for the Native American contribution to The United Methodist Church.
T.O. Takeover T.O. stands for “theological offspring”. This event is for youth who have a parent(s) in ministry. When: January 11-13, 2019 Where: Camp Rockfish Currently in Grades : 6-12 Cost: $100.00 Registration Deadline: January 1 Overall Dean: Rick Moser Conference Youth Events A place where friendships for life begin!
“So, how was Pilgrimage?” -a question many of those who attended Pilgrimage 2018 faced following this past weekend. Few words can describe the experience of Pilgrimage 2018. The 2018 event cannot compare to any Pilgrimage of the past. It was unique and purposed for all those in attendance. God had a specific plan and message… Continue Reading→
The Ministry Team of NCC Pilgrimage is thrilled to announce the success of the 2018 Weekend of Pilgrimage. Over 4,000 youth and their adult leaders gathered together for four sessions across the 2nd weekend in November, November 9-11, 2018, for a weekend of worship and reverence. Each session featured music from the House Band, a… Continue Reading→
Commission on the General Conference FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 5, 2018 NASHVILLE, Tennessee – The Advance Edition of the Daily Christian Advocate (ADCA), the official journal of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church, is set to be available in a bound and printed format by November 26, with a PDF of the 2019… Continue Reading→
Hurricane Florence was devastating for many communities and for our churches. This year’s Christmas Offering will support the restoration of parsonages and church facilities that were centers of ministry for many of these communities. When wind and water had closed many doors, our churches were open, in spite of damage, to meet the needs of… Continue Reading→
The Rev. Russ Nanney, pastor at Harbor UMC in Wilmington shares his experiences during and after Hurricane Florence with Rev. Dr. Art McClanahan. To see more stories and updates about Hurricane Florence, visit nccumc.org/florence.
Talking With Youth About General Conference 2019 The Division on Ministries with Young People, part of Discipleship Ministries, has developed a resource for youth ministry leaders to use as they address topics and discussions regarding the upcoming called session of General Conference. The resource explains the options, offers suggestions for action, and includes a discussion… Continue Reading→
The NCC Mission Team is pleased to introduce you to our newly hired Director of Disaster Ministries. Alton L. Miller, lll is a member of Haymount UMC in Fayetteville and comes to us with vast experiences in disaster response and recovery, to include being a victim of Hurricane Matthew. He served Cumberland County Schools for… Continue Reading→
The annual Open Enrollment for insurance is held from November 1 – 30. Participants can make changes to their coverage during November for an effective date of January 1, 2019. For more details visit the Insurance webpage.