The Council of Bishops issued a statement concerning human sexuality, addressing their diverse perspectives and calling the people of The United Methodist Church to be in prayer, both for their leaders and for one another. The statement reads: As bishops of The United Methodist Church, our hearts break because of the divisions that exist within… Continue Reading→
In this video, Bishop Hope shares the vision for the Conference and the local church in the coming year.
The Global Young People’s Convocation & Legislative Assembly, attended by more than 300 young people and observers, adopted the unity statement the night before ending its quadrennial gathering with a worship service Sunday, July 20, at Central United Methodist Church in Manila, Philippines. These young adult United Methodists from around the world have urged leaders… Continue Reading→
In this season, Bishop Ward reminds us to seek to live in unity with one another.
The Unity Dialogue will meet Thursday, January 13, 6 – 8 p.m., at the Methodist Building in Garner. The dialogue is open to all and will begin with worship, followed by a discussion focusing on two articles that should be read in advance. The articles by Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., “Between the Boy and… Continue Reading→
The next gathering of the Unity Dialogue will occur on Friday, Feb. 19, from 5-7p.m. Avent Ferry UMC in Raleigh is hosting the dialogue at the church on Avent Ferry Road. The Unity Dialogue is an open table for discussion about homosexuality, a topic that affects millions who live as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgendered… Continue Reading→
The Unity Dialogue will convene March 28, at St. Francis UMC in Cary. This Saturday morning dialogue is open to all from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For 10 years since it was established by Bishop Marion Edwards, the Unity Dialogue has practiced “holy conferencing.” Meeting at least twice each year, the 20 appointees have… Continue Reading→