The Duke Endowment is offering the gift of Spirited Life: Selah to clergy in the North Carolina Conference and Bishop Ward invites all clergy to participate.
In 2012, the North Carolina Conference created the role of the Assistant to the District Superintendent (ADS). We are grateful to those among us who have served in this way. As the end of the quadrennium draws near, an evaluation of the needs of the conference and the eight districts has led to the creation… Continue Reading→
Over the course of 25 years, Project AGAPE has helped the Armenian Orthodox Church meet the basic needs of refugees of war, families who are impoverished, and children who are sick. Watch to learn more.
Dear United Methodist friends, Grace and peace to you in this new year. I write to encourage your gracious and prayerful attention to the proposal for the future of the United Methodist Church released today by a diverse group of United Methodist leaders. The proposal is the outcome of a skillfully mediated process in which… Continue Reading→
In this last video of the year, Bishop Ward shares about her experience with “Jacksonville’s Longest Table.”
A Christmas Eve message from Bishop Hope and Netto Barriguete.
This fourth week of Advent, we remember the song of Mary as she learned from the angel Gabriel that she had been chosen by God to carry and give birth to Christ the Savior.
As we journey through Advent on the way to Christmas, we read and sing Israel’s promises and prophecies. We hear the prophet Isaiah’s invitation: “Come, let us walk in the light of the Lord” (Isaiah 2:5). And for many of us, all of this culminates as we stand in the darkness of a sanctuary on… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward and Nara Melkonyan talk about the impact Project Agape has on the children of Armenia.