Pilgrimage 2018 is this weekend in Fayetteville and Bishop Ward shares exciting news about this year’s special offering for Conference Disaster Response.
Bishop Ward and Ann Huffman discuss disaster response as we are now in the midst of hurricane season and approaching the second anniversary of Hurricane Matthew.
During this holiday week, Bishop Ward reminds us that God’s grace is for all people in all places.
In this season of Thanksgiving, and soon Christmas, Bishop Ward invites every congregation to receive special offerings for Hurricane Matthew response and recovery.
During hurricane season, Bishop Ward reminds us of the strength the United Methodist Church has in disaster response and recovery.
North Carolina Conference Bishop Hope Morgan Ward stepped out of a van into the devastation left in eastern North Carolina by Hurricane Matthew.
Dear United Methodist friends, This is a time for continual prayer and great generosity. In response to massive flooding, chaos, and loss, we trust God’s abundant provision. On the Galilean hillside, a child shared loaves and fish. A huge crowd of people was fed. Jesus continues to say to disciples, “You give them something to… Continue Reading→
Jesus Christ, you became fully human and suffered for us. You are the companion of all who weep in Haiti. Our hearts are deeply connected to the Haitian people, and we hold them in prayer before you. Use the faithfulness of your church and the goodwill of humanity to comfort those who grieve, sustain those… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward highlights the strengths of the North Carolina Conference Disaster Relief and Recovery Ministries and the plans to rededicate the MERCI Center in Goldsboro for ongoing mission and disaster relief ministries. The Lord is my light and my salvation. Whom shall I fear? The Lord is a stronghold of my life. In whom shall… Continue Reading→