MARCHA 2021 Online Event MARCHA’s 50th Annual Meeting will be held as a virtual meeting November 19-20, 2021 under the theme ¡Más de Míl Voces/More Than a Thousand Voices! will lead us to a communal reflection and strategic work on ways to leverage the extraordinary power of God as Hispanic/Latinos. Acknowledging our weakness and vulnerabilities… Continue Reading→
Sara Cortes, chair of Conference Hispanic-Latinx Ministries and Mahali Frias Ponce join Bishop Fairley to share their experiences with Hispanic-Latinx ministries in our conference.
Hispanic Heritage Month is coming up on September 15th through October 15th. The NC Conference Media Center has books, DVDs, and curricula for use in Hispanic/Latinx Ministries including resources in Spanish. Use these resources to reach out to the Hispanic/Latinx community around your church. Consider offering a… Bible study Children’s program Educational event Movie showing… Continue Reading→
Over the past year, churches have found ways to help local communities during the pandemic through food distribution programs and remote learning spaces for students. As COVID-19 response efforts continue, Disaster Ministries and churches within the NC Conference have worked with health care providers to volunteer at vaccination clinics. Here are a few churches that… Continue Reading→
Las palabras de Jesús desde la cruz, dan voz a la experiencia de los oprimidos, y a las experiencia que muchas veces enfrenta el pueblo inmigrante. Cada palabra es interpretada por una pastora o pastor Metodista Unido sirviendo en la Conferencia de Carolina del Norte en contextos multiculturales. Por favor sigue este enlace para adorar… Continue Reading→
MARCHA, the Methodist Caucus that Advocates for Hispanic/Latinos in and out of the Church, unequivocally denounces the domestic terrorist acts of insurrection of this past week and stands with the communities of Asbury United Methodist and Metropolitan Memorial AME along with many other faith communities to raise our voice and shine a light against any… Continue Reading→
NC Conference Disaster Ministries has worked across eastern North Carolina to help families and communities rebuild and recover following natural disasters. Four years after Hurricane Florence, there are still many families with unmet needs. Sandra Velez, Hispanic Latino Disaster Response Coordinator, discovered some of those needs in the Robeson County community through her work with… Continue Reading→