Dear Friends, We hope this letter finds you well! Below you will find a link to an assessment form that will be used again this year in the assessment of clergy appointed in the NC Conference. In recent years, we have had S/PPRCs ask if there is a standard process of evaluation for the pastor and other… Continue Reading→
Looking for a tax accountant that understands the ins and outs of clergy tax laws? Visit our referral page for recommendations from other clergy in the Conference. Clergy Tax Accountant Referrals
Please check out our church audit referral page! We need your recommendations. If you’ve worked with a particular accountant or firm that you would recommend to other churches, please visit our webpage and fill out a referral form. We will add it to our page as a resource for churches looking for an auditor. We also… Continue Reading→
Need a recommendation for a tax accountant that has experience with clergy tax issues? We have a referral page just for that! Click here to see the accountants that your peers have recommended. If you have a referral to add, simply fill out the form on the right side of the page, and we’ll get… Continue Reading→
SAVE THE DATE: All clergy in the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church are invited to join Bishop Ward for “Let Us Pray: A Gathering of North Carolina Clergy”. This special event will be held on Monday, February 1, 2016 from 10 am to 4 pm at St. Luke UMC, 2916 Wicker Street, Sanford, NC…. Continue Reading→
Dear NCC clergy friends, Grace and peace to you in the name of Jesus Christ. I look forward to convening gatherings of clergy in the eight districts as this summer draws to a close. These times together are a blessing to me as I see you and gain refreshment through the colleagueship we share in ministry. My hope is… Continue Reading→
North Carolina consistently ranks in the bottom third of all states for overall health. Approximately 28 percent of the adult population is obese, 10 percent of the adult population is diabetic. One in three North Carolina children are considered overweight or obese, a disturbing indicator of future chronic disease. A Healthier NC was created to… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward steps out of appointment making to discuss what “appointment” means to The United Methodist Church.