The Society of St. Andrew has the opportunity to provide seed packets to your organization through our Seed Project! We distribute seeds to food desert areas, community gardens, inner city gardens, edible churchyards and church gardens, seed libraries, school garden projects, and other agencies so that food can be grown and accessed by people in… Continue Reading→
The NC Department of Health and Human Services has adult N95 masks that they want to distribute. Any community-based organization can order these. You can make this request for any organization that you’re a volunteer with, your church/faith organization, etc. Also, please share with other partners. Use this form to make the requests for as many… Continue Reading→
Join UMVIM for our 2022 Winter Missions Academy, January 31 – February 5! Register for as many workshops as you’d like. All sessions will be on Zoom at 12:00 p.m. EST. All sessions will be recorded for those who are unable to attend live. You should receive a confirmation message after submitting your registration. The… Continue Reading→
Travel with the NC Conference to El Salvador!You are invited to join both lay and clergy members of the NC Conference to participate in a missional exchange delegation to El Salvador May 2-9, 2022. We will be serving alongside the Methodist Church of El Salvador in some form of construction ministry as well as building relationships with… Continue Reading→
The NCCUMVIM Committee will hold a Basic Team Leader Training on January 15, 2022 from 10:00-4:30 at the NC Methodist Building in Garner, 700 Waterfield Ridge Place, Garner, NC 27529. This training is highly recommended for all Team Leaders of missional-exchange groups from the NC Annual Conference and required for groups applying for Conference Missional-Exchange Grants… Continue Reading→
The conference health ministry team recently awarded five health ministry mini-grants to encourage health ministry within the NC Conference of the UMC.
$1,000 to the non-profit Care4Carolina to aid in their mission to ensure quality, affordable healthcare for all North Carolinians.
North Carolina is welcoming Afghan refugees daily. You may be wondering how you can get involved and help to welcome our new neighbors. Join Rev. Jaye White (Director of Outreach Ministry) and Ellen Andrews (NC Area Director, Church World Service) for a webinar at 12:00 noon on Thursday, December 2 that will provide helpful information…. Continue Reading→
Recognizing that local United Methodist churches want to play a role in resettling Afghan refugees, UMCOR has started a brand-new program where local churches can be reimbursed up to $1,000 for expenses involved with helping to resettle Afghan refugees. The Afghan Refugee Resettlement Reimbursement program will reimburse up to $1,000 per local United Methodist Church… Continue Reading→
We’ve all seen the news reports of the evacuation of thousands of Afghan citizens fleeing the Taliban. Many of us want to help the refugees arriving in North Carolina, but do not have the capacity to host a family by ourselves. Church World Service in Durham has posted an update about how individuals can help…. Continue Reading→
The North Carolina Conference United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (NCC UMVIM) Committee is updating and re-launching our mission and ministry to all of the world. We need you to be included! Subscribe to our new mailing list by clicking here to be informed of new and exciting missional opportunities and to be in the loop of mission… Continue Reading→