Methodist University has been and continues to be a major part of our lives and is deeply rooted in our collective consciousness. The inappropriate and reprehensible racist action in one of its sororities has shaken all of us. Our immediate prayers go out first to the student-athletes who have been harmed and the entire African… Continue Reading→
Sara Cortes, chair of Conference Hispanic-Latinx Ministries and Mahali Frias Ponce join Bishop Fairley to share their experiences with Hispanic-Latinx ministries in our conference.
I made the decision to write my reflection on 9/11 after letting my soul sink deeply into the morning uninhibited by the struggle of what to say. I needed to simply allow my heart to listen for the whispers of God’s voice weeping through the voices of the 2,977 fellow human beings who no longer speak. In the… Continue Reading→
September 19, 2021 at 4 pm Add this Event to Your CalendarApple | Google | Office 365 | Outlook We invite you to join us on Sunday, September 19 at 4 pm, as the North Carolina Conference welcomes Bishop Leonard Fairley as our interim Bishop. The event will have both live and recorded content. We… Continue Reading→
In Bishop Fairley’s introductory message as our episcopal leader, he reminds us that God will provide a grace that is always sufficient to complete God’s good work in, among, and through us.
As Bishop Ward completes her ministry with the NC Conference, she gives thanks and welcomes Bishop Leonard Fairley and his wife, Dawn, back to the conference.
Dear friends in Christ, Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ. Women in ministry and other interested friends are invited to join a conversation with Bishop LaTrelle Easterling and me on Tuesday, August 31, from 1 – 2:15 pm. Bishop Easterling leads the Baltimore-Washington Conference and has given stellar prophetic leadership… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward shares the significance of broken pottery to clergywomen in the Southeastern Jurisdiction and invites all to join an anti-racism conversation on August 31.
Dear United Methodist friends, Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in good health, even as your soul prospers. – III John 2 As the pandemic continues in challenging new ways, we renew our commitment to love God and our neighbor in every way possible. Here in North Carolina, intensive… Continue Reading→