Bishop Ward looks forward to the district gatherings for clergy which will happen this fall.
What is digitization? The conversion of traditional records into digital or electronic form. When referring to digitization of church records, the main group of documents are the historic records of the church. This covers paper records such as correspondence, committee reports, and photographs. Another important group are new ones being received at the current time…. Continue Reading→
Just published! There are three new DVD-based studies for Advent 2019 from United Methodist publishers. Learn new facts, uncover truths, and have the most Methodist Christmas you have ever had with these new studies. You can reserve these studies for use during Advent now. Early requests give us time to order additional copies if needed…. Continue Reading→
First UMC: Cary was recently highlighted in a United Methodist News story about ways local churches are addressing issues around creation care and climate change.
2020-2022 Cohort application is now open! Are you a young adult, or do you know a young adult, who is interested in combating the root causes of injustice in the world while living out their faith? This might be the right opportunity for you! What is the Global Mission Fellows Program? A 2-year service opportunity to… Continue Reading→
Tom Newman (Pastor, Asbury UMC) and Amie discuss movie-inspired sermons, motorcycle rides, and sabbath day meals.
The 2020 NC Annual Conference Session will meet at the Greenville Convention Center in Greenville June 17-20. The detailed schedule for our time together and additional information is coming soon.
Tuesday, September 17, is the last day to receive a discount off of your team’s registration for Authentic Relationships, a Day of Learning with Phil Maynard. Register your team of three or more today and receive 20% off of your total registration. Plus, you can choose the day and location that works best for your… Continue Reading→
My last blog post was about reflective listening. This blog post describes a practice called “looping,” which is a part of reflective listening. Looping can be a very effective way to assure people that they have been heard. Looping lessens anxiety and is a helpful conflict transformation practice. When you “loop,” you repeat back what… Continue Reading→
The event is Saturday, October 5, from 10 am until 3 pm at the Methodist Building: 700 Waterfield Ridge Place, Garner. Lunch will be served. The registration form is available on this page. Bring a team to acquire valuable information, printed resources, and skills for your Children’s Ministry. Registration fee is $10.00 per person. Deadline… Continue Reading→