About 30 volunteers from from Eastern Kentucky University and Northern Kentucky University came to Swansboro during their Spring Break to assist North Carolinians with recovery from Hurricane Florence. https://www.jdnews.com/news/20190313/college-students-from-kentucky-aid-in-florence-repairs https://www.witn.com/content/news/–Volunteers-continue-to-help-military-community-recover-from-Hurricane-Florence-507172871.html
North Carolina Conference Disaster Ministries teams are moving into the rebuilding stage for Carteret and Craven County residents, including Ruthie May Pinckney. Thanks to WCTI 12 for this story.
As are all churches in our connection, Flat Rock UMC has been doing all we can to support our brothers and sisters ravaged by the storms of this season in […]
Rev. Clay Parker with Edgerton Memorial UMC in Selma brings “Wheels of Hope” to Randy Evans at the Walking Tall Ministry in Wilmington. Thanks to Pat Litzinger for producing and […]
Since September 17th, Local United Methodist Pastors have worked as a team to bring hope and new life to the citizens of Cumberland County. The UMC Pastors Team, led by […]
Bill Negron, pastor at Dixon Chapel UMC and working as a chaplain at the West Brunswick High School shelter, talks about the dire situation during Hurricane Florence when when he […]