The NCCUMC Mission Team has continued to serve with our ministry partners inside the bounds of the annual conference and around the world. Mission Seed Funds were primarily allocated so that church members could respond faithfully to the needs wrought by the Covid-19 coronavirus. Congregations found creative ways to minister with their communities under safety restrictions. As we begin to emerge from the global crisis, we continue to empower churches to engage with their neighbors in new and life-giving ways, reflecting the love Christ has for us.
Our Project Agape sisters and brothers in the Republic of Artsakh, Armenia were brutally attacked and forced to flee their homes, businesses, and churches, leaving behind everything to start over in Armenia proper. Project Apape has reestablished in a new location and we are helping in the resettlement efforts. We continue to support Ganta Mission Station in Liberia, the Methodist Church in Peru, and Mission of Hope at Rotifunk Hospital in Sierra Leone, our missionaries in El Salvador, and the emerging churches in Vietnam. In the name of Jesus, individual lives and whole communities are changed around the world through the faithful ministries of the NCCUMC.