Project AGAPE, a collaborative effort of the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conferences and the Armenian Apostolic Church, celebrates 25 years of mission partnership. Read the letter shared during the celebration in Armenia from Bishops Hope Morgan Ward and Paul L. Leeland. Dear friends in Christ, Grace, peace and joy to you in the name… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward ushers us into the charge conference season, encouraging generous and faithful giving to help teachers, in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, replenish their classrooms for productive learning.
The United Methodist Judicial Council will partner with United Methodist Communications to livestream oral hearings held during the Council’s fall meeting at the Placid Hotel in Zürich, Switzerland. All of the oral hearings will take place on October 23, beginning at 8:30 a.m. CEST (Central European Summer Time) – which is six hours ahead of… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward, using words from the book of Job, gives an update on the North Carolina Conference response to Hurricane Florence.
Bishop Ward gives thanks that in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, God’s people are helping, serving, blessing, and being blessed. She encourages you to share good and inspiring stories of service and blessing.
On Monday, September 17, Bishop Ward traveled to the Fayetteville area to see some places flooded and damaged by Hurricane Florence.
Dear friends in Christ, Grace and peace to you as Hurricane Florence advances, threatening with wind and with water falling from above and rising in rivers and streams. Much is yet to unfold. However, we know that needs will be great. Therefore, please receive these requests with glad and generous hearts. 1 – Please continue… Continue Reading→
Dear beloved United Methodist people, In the fullness of this ancient greeting, I extend the grace and peace of Christ to you all today as the fury of Hurricane Florence threatens our beautiful state and our neighbors in South Carolina. We pray without ceasing for one another, giving thanks for the bonds of love we… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward continues the conversation about our neighbors by sharing the story of the Good Samaritan and urging us to think of the word “neighbor” as a verb.