Bishop Hope Morgan Ward describes a writing project you can be a part of this Lenten season and invites you to share a personal story about when race began to matter.
Bishop Ward expresses gratitude for the gifts each church shares through apportionments. Your generosity supports more than 91% of the 2015 mission and ministry of the NCCUMC.
Bishop Ward and Cory Oliver, chairperson of the Fellowship of Local Pastors and Associate Members, will host a web conversation with local pastors and associate members on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 from 12 noon – 1 pm. Feel free to ask questions and leave comments using the comment form below. Begin asking questions now or… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward and Erin Hawkins discuss the work of the General Commission on Religion and Race. Hawkins is the General Secretary for this UM Commission.
Bishop Ward and the Rev. Chris Brady appeared on WNCN Ch. 17 to discuss the Sacred Conversations: Black Lives Matter event scheduled for Jan. 28 at Duke Memorial UMC.
As the radiant light of Epiphany draws near Bishop Ward reflects on the gifts given to the baby Jesus and the gifts that are given through mission.
Peace on Earth, Good Will to All: A Pastoral Letter from Bishop Hope Morgan Ward Glory to God and on earth peace! – Luke 2:14 I greet you in the name of the One who comes embodying peace and offering peace to all. In Advent, our churches use beautiful hues of purple and blue on… Continue Reading→
Fourth Sunday of Advent, Bishop Ward reflects on Christ’s birth and the peace that can come on earth
As we move to the third Sunday in Advent, Bishop Ward reflects on Mary’s Magnificat and the significance of giving to the Imagine No Malaria campaign during this season.