Honorary Membership RecognitionSoutheastern Jurisdiction Historical SocietyJuly 2022The Rev. Dennis Cecil Lamm The recipient of an Honorary Membership in the Southeastern Jurisdiction Historical Society is The Rev. Dennis C. Lamm of […]
Dr. Ashley Boggan Dreff, cradle United Methodist, professor and author of Entangled: A History of American Methodism, Politics, and Sexuality and #Nevertheless: American Methodists and Women’s Rights, has been elected […]
The North Carolina Conference Archives has recently received two nice gifts. The largest gift ever received came from the estate of the late Rev. L. Franklin (Frank) Grill; former historian […]
Looking for something to do during this time of having to stay home? Let me give you a couple of ideas for putting your time to good use. First, record […]
In the beginning (1795-1800), the territory known as North Carolina was divided between the Virginia and South Carolina Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church with the Virginia Conference getting “the […]
What is digitization? The conversion of traditional records into digital or electronic form. When referring to digitization of church records, the main group of documents are the historic records of […]
The Archives & History Committee has posted a 2016 PDF presentation on Historic Churches in the NC Conference.
The NC Conference Historical Society/Commission on Archives and History newsletters from 2005 to the present are now available online. View them on the Newsletters page.
Pictures from the Clergy Pictorial Directories are now available online through the Archives website. Pictorial Directories and supplements from 1971 through 2011 are available. Need a picture of your pastor […]