A crowd of laity and clergy joined Bishop Ward at the NC State Capitol Building on June 27 to Stand Against Racism.
Disaster Ministries serves as a caring Christian presence in the aftermath of disaster, fostering partnerships between United Methodists and others to help rebuild homes, communities, and lives. Early Response Teams (ERT) help make homes safe and sanitary after a natural disaster. If you are interested in becoming ERT certified, sign up for an upcoming class…. Continue Reading→
Joy Van Staalduinen (NCCUMC Deacon) and Jenni Pridmore (Chaplain, St. Mary’s) join the podcast from Rotterdam, Netherlands to discuss doing ministry outside of the US and the cultural difference between countries during the COVID-19 era.
Crystal DesVignes (Pastor, CityWell) rejoins the podcast to discuss anti-racism in ministry, Black Lives Matter, and a Day of Prayer and Consecration. Join together in fasting and prayer during the CityWell Day of Prayer and Consecration on Thursday, July 2nd. Prayers and liturgy may be downloaded and used during the day. More information can be… Continue Reading→
So far, 2020 has been a year like none other. And still churches are serving our neighbors! Communities have come together in new and exciting ways! Rural congregations have had particular challenges and have heard God calling them into ministries despite the global pandemic, despite limited internet access, as they have been inspired to build… Continue Reading→
Registration deadline for youth 2020 Virtual ACS is July 3rd, please don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this event. The cost is $25.00 and this will include a t-shirt and allow those registered to participate in small group activities. Please go to https://nccumc.org/youth/events/register/ to register.
Thanks to farmers in Eastern NC and the Society of St. Andrew, green beans and potatoes will be available at MERCI in Goldsboro on Thursday, July 2, 2020. We anticipate delivery about 9:15 a.m. Check for updates! Unlike past distributions, this time the potatoes and beans will be dumped in large piles on the pavement… Continue Reading→
Summer is here. Online school has ended. Your kids might not be all that interested in online worship. There are not many places that you can or want to take your children for entertainment. And all of this while you still may be working from home. The NC Conference Media Center has Christian resources to… Continue Reading→
Adam Seate and Kori Robins (Orange UMC) join Jay on this episode of Voices to discuss history, their church’s “Table Talks” and the importance of online ministry moving forward.
The Center for Leadership Excellence invites you to a webinar with Donna Fowler-Marchant… Many of their stories have been distorted and even forgotten, but women have been leaders and even preachers in Methodism from the beginning, and some were given the name, “Mothers in Israel,” to indicate that they were held in especially high regard…. Continue Reading→