Dear United Methodist friends, With thanksgiving for your ministry, I urge you to give attention immediately to the financial assistance available to churches in this time of COVID-19. Your seeking resources through the programs made available by the CARES Act will help maximize the financial resources that will follow through the North Carolina Conference. The… Continue Reading→
With many organizations turning to telecommunication platforms, such as Zoom, some public meetings have become more susceptible to a new attack called Zoom-bombing. According to UC Berkeley’s Information Security Office, Zoom-bombing occurs when “uninvited guests share their screens to bombard real attendees” with disturbing imagery. Moderating participants and comments is important when using any digital… Continue Reading→
As Holy Week approaches, we have the opportunity to journey from hosannas to the cross to the empty tomb in new ways. Let us see this Holy Week as a time to wake up to the serendipity of the amazing, wondrous love of God. We will all long remember this Holy Week, like none other… Continue Reading→
We have all felt the impact of COVID-19 in our churches, communities, and lives. In an effort to “flatten the curve”, schools have closed, leaving many children and families without food security. Several churches in our Conference have come together to serve meals for children and their families. Here are a few churches who have… Continue Reading→
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Executive Committee of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church has asked for the postponement of the 2020 General Conference, set to begin in six weeks, because of the new Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. Read the whole post and letter at unitedmethodistbishops.org.
Visit our Coronavirus page for ongoing updates, FAQs, and resources to help your congregation respond. Dear United Methodist friends, We continue to pray and witness in the name of Jesus Christ, our Great Physician, and Healer, as we receive updates regarding the spread of COVID-19 in North Carolina. I urge you to cease public worship… Continue Reading→
As the Conference continues to monitor the spread of the Coronavirus and COVID-19, we are acutely aware of the need to protect the health and safety of the staff and visitors of the United Methodist Building. As we look for ways to do that while continuing to support all of our churches, pastors, laity, and… Continue Reading→
Visit our Coronavirus page for ongoing updates, FAQs, and resources to help your congregation respond. Updated on March 11, 2020, at 10:44 am. Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you and that you will be in good health, just as it is well with your soul. – III John 1:2 Thank you… Continue Reading→
Dorrell Briscoe, Pastor of The Six: Eight Church, joins the show to discuss the final film in the Star Wars Skywalker Saga. Together they discuss why Star Wars means so much to so many, stories coming to an end, and how fandom can get out of hand.