As we approach All Saints Day on Nov. 1, we celebrate and give thanks for all God’s saints and lift up the ministry and legacy of St. James UMC in Pembroke.
Bishop Ward uses a passage from John Donne’s poetry to remind us that although God created the changing seasons, mercy, love, grace, and justice are always in season.
Bishop Ward encourages each church to complete the Church & Community Needs survey and telling how your church is persevering or needs assistance during the pandemic.
For Immediate ReleaseMonday, October 12, 2020 U.S. Bishops call for full participation in November elections. WASHINGTON, D.C. – United Methodist bishops based in the United States today issued a statement on Faith and Democracy, calling on the people of The United Methodist Church to support voter registration and encourage people to vote in the November… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward thanks churches for faithful generosity and for continuing to reach out and make disciples of Jesus Christ during the pandemic.
Cokesbury UMC – Henderson has received Mission Seed Funds to enhance our ministry with the elementary school in our community. We discovered that our members step up when they are asked to provide specific items—school supplies and Christmas gifts. We estimate that they provided at least $500 in school supplies and gifts for 52 students at Christmas in… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward gives thanks for the life and ministry of Gary Wayne Locklear.
Bishop Ward and Beth Hood talk about the importance of asking questions as we strive to live like Jesus and cultivate a culture of coaching.
Bishop Ward introduces Lisa Yebuah as the Spiritual Director and Advisor for Inclusion and Equity, working with the Cabinet and the Leadership Team.