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→
“Eternal God, You are our refuge and strength, a very present help in time of trouble. Therefore we shall not fear, Through the earth should change And the mountains shake in the depth of the sea. O God, you are in our midst. You will help us when morning dawns. We pause and become still,… 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→
In this video, Bishop Ward talks about Epiphany and the Cabinet’s time doing Disaster Response in South Carolina.
Watch Bishop Ward’s Connections video about disaster response and her recent trip to Swan Quarter for a house blessing.