We still have room for 2020 Kaleidoscope, please go to NCCUMC.org youth page for more information and registration.
ATTENTION – Do you want to make an impact on the Youth! Do you enjoy working with the youth at events! If so, the Adults Staff Application for 2020 Conference Youth Events can be found at: https://nccumc.org/youth/events/staff-application/
February is Black History Month In honor of Black History Month, we’ve rounded up a list of books you should definitely add to your reading list. Visit this page to read the recommendations.
It’s not too late to register for Global Vision 2020! Please go to https://nccumc.org/youth/events/global-vision/ for more information and to register.
Global Vision registration deadline is January 30th, please make sure to register before it’s too late! Join us for five days in our nation’s capital to learn about God’s green earth through seminars, worship, and sightseeing; discover how climate change affects all God’s creation and how to promote sustainability and amp; protect the planet. For… Continue Reading→
Marcha is the Hispanic / Latino national caucus within the United Methodist Church and the Methodist Church of Puerto Rico, whose purpose is: Advocate for the Hispanic / Latino people inside and outside the church. Affirming Respect for the dignity of the Hispanic / Latino people inside and outside the church. Provide mutual support and… Continue Reading→
Do you know any youth or youth group who have a vision for mission and need financial assistance to aid in their vision? Encourage them to fill out the 2020 Youth Service Fund (YSF) Grant Application. Deadline is January 15, 2020. For more information about the NCCUMC YSF, please click here to visit the YSF page… Continue Reading→
On November 9, during Pilgrimage weekend in Fayetteville, NC, it was announced that the Youth Storm Fund had met – and exceeded – its goal of $500,000 for disaster relief. The announced total was $567,361! The announcement was made by Cooper Sykes, current Conference Youth President. Natalie van Dyke, 2018-2019 Conference Youth president, was also… Continue Reading→
Twice a year, a group of 75 youth and adults collectively known as the Conference Council on Youth Ministries (CCYM) meets in Garner, NC to discuss youth ministry in the North Carolina Annual Conference. CCYM is made up of middle school, high school, and adults from all 8 districts in the Conference, organized into a… Continue Reading→