Yam Jam is here again! Every year the Society of St. Andrew works to glean the North Carolina sweet potato harvest, and we need your help! This year we will host 6 sweet potato gleanings across the conference on October 6, October 7, October 14, October 21, October 28 and November 4th. We need your help to bring volunteers to pick sweet… Continue Reading→
The people of West Robeson United Methodist Church know how it feels to lose everything in a hurricane. Eleven months ago, they experienced the ravages of Hurricane Matthew. So when they saw and heard about the persons from Florida trekking up I-95 to escape Hurricane Irma, they sprang into action. Channel 15 (Myrtle Beach) Channel… Continue Reading→
The Giving Tree program, once a Christmas initiative for Harbor UMC, has expanded to a year-round program for the teachers, students, and parents of Mary C. Williams Elementary School.
On Tuesday, September 12, clergy from across the North Carolina Annual Conference gathered to share in fellowship and worship together. Dr. Jerusha Neal, Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Duke Divinity School, delivered a message rooted in Paul’s letter to the Galatians. The Rev. Dr. Elaine Heath, Dean of Duke Divinity School spoke on her recent book,… Continue Reading→
On Friday, September 8th, 23 clergy and laity of the North Carolina Annual Conference traveled to Washington D.C. to visit the newest Smithsonian museum – the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Since its opening last September, the museum has welcomed over 2.5 million visitors. Some of the group began the visit with… Continue Reading→
The Charge Conference reports and Clergy Compensation Worksheets, which can be found in Online Data Collection, on the Conference website, are now unlocked and ready for you to begin your work for the upcoming Charge Conference season. The District Office has created a few documents that may be helpful as the committees in your church… Continue Reading→
The Bishop’s Forum on Creation Care will focus on our response to God’s abundant gift through the natural order. What are we called to do and be as children of the creator of the universe? What is our theological foundation, and how do we balance “dominion” with stewardship? What can we do as people of… Continue Reading→
Registration is now open for an online course, “The Church and People with Disabilities.” Registration ends Wednesday, September 20. Course fee is $30.00 and is payable through PayPal. This course will run from Monday, September 25 through Friday, October 6. This course was originally part of the United Methodist Women’s Mission U program and is… Continue Reading→
This is a reminder of the COSROW Listening Session tomorrow following the Bishop’s Day apart, Tuesday, Sept 12, 12:45 -2:15 pm. Nashville UMC, in the Youth Room (basement). We hope to see you there.