The Information Technology Office is postponing the previously scheduled maintenance window on Thursday, July 1st. We are continuing to work today to address connection issues with our e-mail and web systems. Please keep checking our website for the latest information.
The Information Technology and Communications Offices continue to work to resolve all of the major issues that were discovered after last weekend’s building move. All Conference systems are functional as of this writing with the exception of the Conference Listserv server. Unfortunately that server did not survive the move and will have to be rebuilt…. Continue Reading→
Due to unforeseen infrastructure issues the NCCUMC will not be able to provide full service until early next week. All conference staff and clergy e-mail accounts Read more »
When the North Carolina Conference convenes in Greenville in June, opportunities for service will be given to lay and clergy members. Consider giving a couple of hours to one of the five mission projects. To learn more about these projects, and to register online, visit the AC Service Projects page under Events -> Annual Conference.
The Annual Conference Briefing Session is scheduled for 3 p.m., Sunday, May 23. Each district will have viewing locations set up for persons wishing to participate. These locations can be found at Read more »
The United Methodist Building will be closed on Thursday, May 27, to allow staff to continue preparing for the move to the new building. This day is geared to clearing clutter and organizing business files in preparation for the upcoming move to the new facility in late June. Phone calls will be received through voice… Continue Reading→
Please join in a service of dedication for the new NC Conference building on Sunday, June 6 at 3 p.m. The building is located at 700 Waterfield Ridge Place, Garner, NC 27529. The building will be open and accessible for viewing and tours after the service. The dedication of the Dixon Chapel and Meeting Room,… Continue Reading→
Peace with Justice Sunday, one of the United Methodist Special Sundays with offering, will be observed May 30. This Special Sunday offering supports programs that advocate peace and justice at home and around the world. Half of the offering collected by an annual conference is retained to fund local peace with justice programs. In addition,… Continue Reading→
Rural church nominations for consideration of the Key Taylor Award are needed by May 25. Congregations are welcomed to nominate themselves. For 2010, $1300 will be awarded. The award, sponsored through the United Methodist Foundation, is to call attention to the mission work of all rural churches, by honoring the specific achievements of one rural… Continue Reading→