With the approach of Hurricane Michael, the NC Conference office building will be closed on Thursday, October 11. Make sure you read our article 5 Ways to Prepare for a Hurricane and, if you have any damage from the storm in your community, contact your District Disaster Coordinator as soon as possible.
On September 22, 2018, Bishop Hope Morgan Ward joined youth from across the districts gathered at the bi-annual Conference Council on Youth Ministries (CCYM) meeting. She delivered a strong challenge to our youth to consider how we would respond with generosity to our sisters and brothers in need following Hurricane Florence. Bishop Ward challenged the… Continue Reading→
St. Simons Island, Ga.: Meeting October 4-5, 2018 in St. Simons Island, Ga., the Commission on the General Conference adopted a plan for the legislative structure of the Special Session of the 2019 General Conference. The Commission on the General Conference has determined by a unanimous vote that there will be only one legislative committee—to… Continue Reading→
Ann Street UMC in Beaufort survived the ravages of Hurricane Florence fairly well but are now set up as a hub for the people “Down East” to get food, supplies, and assistance.
Veterans Day is coming up on November 11th. The Media Center has six resources for church work with military service members and their families. The resources include: Pastoral care training for working with veterans who suffer with PTSD DVDs for youth and children whose parents have been deployed Devotional books on faith in times of… Continue Reading→
See past New Room Society Posts and Give Online Resurrection People By Rev. Dr. Marty Cauley Christians love Easter. I mean why not? There are fresh flowers, signs of rebirth, and celebratory hymns sung loudly in full churches. However, I’ve noticed that very few of these worshippers attend the Good Friday services that were just… Continue Reading→
Hey! My name is Ava Darden and I attend White Plains UMC in Cary, NC. I’m serving on Resolutions Committee of the NCC Youth Ministry this year and I’m super excited for the upcoming Pilgrimage 2018! When I was in sixth grade, my father, who is also my youth minister, extended an incredible blessing to… Continue Reading→
The NCCUMC Refugee and Immigration Committee would like to invite you to help us support the low-cost legal aid clinic, Apex Immigration Services! Update: This event is sold out, but donations are still being accepted! A DACA Fundraiser Come join us for an evening of music, refreshments, and community in support of local DACA recipients… Continue Reading→
Then When Hurricane Fran blew through Chapel Hill in 1996, our son was only six months old. He slept in his crib and we slept in our bedroom–all on the second floor of the house–as the wind picked up and the rain came down. My husband and I slept fitfully. The wind and the rain… Continue Reading→