Reflections on Reborn on the Fourth of July by Logan (Mehl-Laituri) Isaac One of the most important tasks in the work of conflict transformation is to facilitate honest, respectful conversation about difficult issues. Ministers of conflict transformation co-create with God sacred, safe(r) spaces where God’s people can share stories of hope, despair, grief, joy, peace,… Continue Reading→
The June Insurance and Pension newsletters are now available!
Capital District ushers are needed to serve at Annual Conference. Please contact Mike Basley at email@example.com ASAP, if you are willing to serve as an usher the week of Annual Conference.
Have you seen the Financial Wellness Center yet? This website is a hub of education and resources to establish, improve or maintain the wellness of anyone’s personal finances. Financial wellness is central to the overall health of any individual and family. Get started on the journey towards living your best life today!
~Following Imagine No Malaria, we have a new challenge to help children live healthy and fulfilling lives. Our Promise to Children will be The United Methodist Church’s primary global health initiative for the next four years. It will focus on four core areas impacting the health of children throughout the world. The initiative aims to ensure… Continue Reading→
The following Annual Conference 2016 Briefing Sessions are intended to help you prepare for Annual Conference by bringing information to consider prior to it being presented at the conference. Please find all Annual Conference related files and information on the official Annual Conference 2016 page. If there are any questions, please send them to …. Continue Reading→
A History of the Rise of Methodism in America. Containing Sketches of Methodist Itinerant Preachers, From 1736 to 1785, Numbering One Hundred and Sixty or Seventy. Also, A Short Account of many Hundreds of the First Race of Lay Members, Male and Female, From New York to South Carolina. Together With an Account of Many… Continue Reading→
2016 Conference Workbook is now online. One copy, per person, will be distributed at Registration at Annual Conference.
One of the most powerful ways to get involved with ZOE is by becoming a Hope Companion to a working group of orphans and vulnerable children. Rather than helping just one child, you can partner with a group of 60-100 children, walking with them during their three-year journey to empowerment. Many churches, groups and families… Continue Reading→