Briefing Sessions for the 2009 Annual Conference will be held Saturday, May 16, 10 a.m.- noon at Queen Street UMC in Kinston and 2:30-4:30 p.m. at Hay Street UMC in Fayetteville. Another session is scheduled for Sunday, May 17, 3-5 p.m. at Highland UMC in Raleigh. Clergy, please provide this information to local church lay… Continue Reading→
In-depth training on identifying personal strengths and using them The Conference Academy for Leadership Development is sponsoring a day-long learning event, Ministry by Strengths, on Tuesday, May 5, at St. James UMC in Greenville. Sue Nilson Kibbey, executive pastor from Ginghamsburg UMC (Ohio), will be presenting an in-depth training on identifying personal strengths and using… Continue Reading→
Bruce Pate, retired member of the NC Annual Conference and long-time prison ministry leader and volunteer will be interviewed by Dr. Bill Friday on his Public TV series, North Carolina People. The focus will be on Yokefellow Prison Ministry of NC, the longest continuous prison ministry in North Carolina, celebrating 40 years in our state’s… Continue Reading→
Nominations for Conference Boards, Commissions, and Committees must be received by April 17. Click here for forms and list of vacancies.
African-American Clergy Leadership Development at Lake Junaluska “Claiming Our Humanity for Ministry: Our Gifts to God’s Glory,” a seminar for African-American clergy will be April 20-22 at Lake Junaluska. The Rev. Clarence Brown, former district superintendent and the current senior pastor at Annandale UMC in Annandale, VA will be the lead facilitator of this event…. Continue Reading→
NC Conference Youth Rally Day will be Sunday, April 25 at NC Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount. Youth groups are invited to join in a time of recreation beginning at 3:00 p.m. and the worship service to complete the Rally Day from 4:45 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The MERCI Board in its meeting on March 12 learned that the Executive Committee, which functions as the personnel committee of the Board, has eliminated three of the staff positions. “The decision was predicated solely on the basis of financial data. It is no reflection on the management or skills of the staff,” said the… Continue Reading→
The Rev. Jon Strother, pastor of Benson Memorial UMC in Raleigh, will become the Raleigh District Superintendent, Bishop Al Gwinn has announced. The effective date of the appointment is July 1.
March 6, 2009 To: All CCT Leaders, Committee and Board Chairpersons From: Carol Goehring, Executive Director, Conference Connectional Ministries Most of our committees, commission, boards and teams have met at least twice since organizing last summer. If you are aware of members who have not participated or who have expressed inability to faithfully serve at… Continue Reading→