The North Carolina Conference will host a Transition Seminar for all churches and pastors experiencing changes in ministerial appointments. This year’s Transition Seminar will be on Sunday, May 15.
Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ. For those of you who have completed the required ethics training, thank you for your attentiveness to this important […]
Taste and See is back! The Office of Clergy Life is receiving applications for the Taste and See internship for 2022. Taste and See is a ten-week internship that invites […]
Each quadrennium the North Carolina Conference requires that every clergy (licensed, provisional, ordained, retired, interim supply) serving a church or under episcopal appointment (extension ministry) must complete ethics training. During the month of February we will utilize the resources of Safe Gatherings by using their online Clergy Ethics Course.
This Annual Conference year initiates the sixth year of the North Carolina Conference’s commitment to assisting clergy with reducing seminary debt. With gratitude to the Council on Finance and Administration […]
Attention clergy and lay leaders in NC: A team of researchers at Duke Divinity School are working to equip churches with resources that will help them to respond faithfully to […]