CONFERENCE YOUTH NEWS We have made the decision to recreate Breakaway and ACS (Annual Conference Session for students) as virtual gatherings. Our Design Teams are working towards creating things we have never done before. Please register for these two events and pay the deposit in order to reserve your spot.
Conference Youth Secretary Emily Lain shares an encouraging message to conference youth.
Understanding Creation Care in Everyday Contexts: A four week series on creation care for youth groups. Help youth engage in conversation around faithful and responsible relationships with God’s creation with weekly lessons that focus on different places where each of us can have a practical impact on caring for creation. Click here for more information… Continue Reading→
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 what your church and church members are doing to get through this trying time and at the same time “be the church”. Secondly, now that… Continue Reading→
The Archives & History Spring Meeting that was scheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2020 at Holly Springs UMC has been cancelled. You can click here to download and read the April issue of Saddlebags, NC Conference Commission on Archives and History newsletter, for the latest information.
Along with many of you, youth leadership for The North Carolina Conference has been closely monitoring the progress of the Coronavirus and COVID-19 across our state. In the last 48 hours, several announcements have been made from state and local governments, school systems and businesses, sharing the ways that we are living in the current… Continue Reading→
Methodism has a rich history in New Bern, NC. Beginning with George Whitefield bringing the Gospel message in 1739 to Joseph Pilmore preaching to Methodists in New Bern on December 25, 1772, the message of Jesus Christ has touched the lives of the good people of New Bern for over 200 years. Click here to… Continue Reading→