Thank you to all who attended, worked and prepared to make Annual Conference successful! We have updated the new 2009 Annual Conference page with the latest documents, audio and video. There you will be able to find the 2009-2010 Appointments, information about Resolutions, video and MP3s of Adam Hamilton, as well as other video/audio highlights… Continue Reading→
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.
Dr. Jack Crum (1926-2008) received his MDiv from Duke University and his DMin from Boston University. He served as a United Methodist minister of the NC Conference for 37 years from 1953-1989. He served as director of Christian Social Action for the N.C. Council of Churches from 1964-69. Dr. Crum was given the award for… Continue Reading→
Sponsored by the North Carolina Conference United Methodist Women “IN GOD’S MISSION WE ARE SENT OUT: TO CREATE” “CREATE YOUR MISSION” WHEN: FEBRUARY 27-28, 2009 WHERE: CAMP GROUND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 4625 CAMP GROUND ROAD FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 28314 LODGING: FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT, CROSS CREEK FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (Hotel Check-in will be 3:00 pm,… Continue Reading→
Refugees come to the United States from around the world – Africa, Asia, India and the Middle East to name a few of the regions listed as the homelands to the newest refugees in 2008. In 2007, more than 14 million people worldwide fled their homes because of war and persecution. These refugees seek a… Continue Reading→