Bishop Ward shares a story from an Appalachia Service Project worker in this Connections video. What mission project is your church engaged in this summer?
North Carolina Conference Connectional Ministries and The Academy of Leadership Excellence are hosting The Church for All People and staff leaders from GBGM for “Walking Across The Road: Creating Community and Building Faith Through Relationships.” The workshop will take place at Nashville UMC, from 9:30am-3:30pm, on September 21. A cost of $10 (plus transaction fee)… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward discusses the Spring GBGM meeting and the missions commissioning service at Annual Conference in this Connections video.
In this Connections video, Bishop Ward invites every church to be in mission with Project AGAPE.
Bishop Ward invites your prayers as we continue to build a culture of call in our Annual Conference in this Connections video.
A concert to raise funds to purchase materials for constructing the next phase of the Ryan Epps Home for Children (REHC) in Michaud, Haiti will be held Friday, Sept. 17, 7 p.m. at Garner UMC, 201 Methodist Dr. The home benefits children without parents and other children signed over to REHC because of the inability… Continue Reading→
The Fayetteville and Sanford Districts have created a two-year position to address ministry needs being created by the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) plans for US Armed Forces. BRAC will bring an estimated 30,000 military and civilian personnel to Fort Bragg over the next three years. The impact of this population is being felt in… Continue Reading→
Due to the recent disaster in Haiti and the need for a coordinated response from the NC Conference, Steve Taylor will continue to work in disaster response until February 28. Previously the Director of Missions and Justice Ministry, Taylor was one of four whose positions were discontinued effective January 22. A fifth position also was… Continue Reading→
(sent by the General Board of Global Ministries in New York – http://new.gbgm-umc.org) By Elliott Wright New York, NY, Jan. 17, 2010 – The Rev. Clinton Rabb, 61, a leader in The United Methodist Church’s extensive mission volunteer program, died on January 17 in a Florida hospital of injuries caused when he was trapped for… Continue Reading→