Bishop Ward talks with Dr. Kenneth Locklear (Gateway District Superintendent) about how the Native American Ministries Offering has been instrumental in his life and ministry.
Second Chance Sunday
The North Carolina Conference Restorative Justice and Mercy Ministry Team has identified the month of April as “Second Chance Month.” Reflecting the Easter message of redemption that is available to all through the death and resurrection of Jesus, we hope to remind church members that people who are coming out of incarceration have served their time and deserve a second chance.
A New App Experience
We are excited to announce a new app for mobile devices (iOS, Android, and Amazon) and a new TV app for Apple TV and Roku to help you stay connected with the NC Conference.
Updates & Events
Find all of the latest news, updates, and events from the website, right in the app.
Watch the NC Conference livestreams in both the mobile and TV apps. Also, if you missed one, find the archived session to watch later.
Get notified about important events and happenings throughout the NC Conference. 2-3 notifications per week.
Listen to all of the NC Conference podcasts in one convenient place.
Find weekly videos from the Bishop, archived webinars, stories from Every Day Grace TV, Pilgrimage 2020, and other app-exclusive content.
Works on All Devices
Find the mobile app on the app stores for iOS, Android, and Amazon. TV apps are available for Apple TV and Roku.
The 2020 Session of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church has been postponed until 2022.
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The NC Conference has 16 delegates and four alternates attending General Conference.
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