In this video, Bishop Ward invites us to plan for generosity this upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Bishop Ward and Nara Melkonyan, missionary in Armenia, talk about the NC Conference’s long partnership with the people of Armenia through Project AGAPE.
Nara Melkonyan, who is our Conference missioner assigned to work with AGAPE in Nagorno-Karabakh, will be visiting Churches in North Carolina between April 12 and May 9, 2016. For over 20 years, AGAPE has been a joint ministry between the North Carolina and Western North Carolina Conference. During that time, AGAPE has been in ministry in Nagorno-Karabakh—a territory… Continue Reading→
A friendly reminder that the NC Conference takes a special offering for Project AGAPE (#S-00004), our ministry in Armenia on Sunday January 24, 2016 (or other date of your choosing). Project Agape serves impoverished people in Armenia and the politically contested Karabagh region. Increasingly, Syrian refugees, many of Armenian descent, are flooding into the area… Continue Reading→
It is time once again to begin filling Christmas boxes for Armenia. For several years, the NC Conference has adopted Project AGAPE Christmas boxes as a conference-wide mission project. Please join us in 2015, as we fill plastic gift boxes with expressions of Christ’s love to send to Project Agape for the children of Armenia…. Continue Reading→
Following this Christmas season, let us who are warm, sheltered, clothed, and fed, remember there are brothers and sisters in the world who are not. In Armenia, the oldest of Christian nations, many struggle for life. Through your action, they will not be alone. Through your action, in the midst of despair, they will know… Continue Reading→
In this Connections video, Bishop Ward invites every church to be in mission with Project AGAPE.
Please remember that January is Project AGAPE month, a time to reflect on and respond to the deep needs of the people of Armenia. Since an offering for Project AGAPE was not taken at Annual Conference, this time of giving is critically important. Armenia remains one of the world’s poorest countries, particularly in the disputed… Continue Reading→