It’s a new world, the pandemic has changed the way we interact, and needs to change the way we deal with injustice. Vast numbers are using digital media to engage with one another, and distance learning has become the norm. Sadly injustice still pervades our society; NC has still not extended Medicaid; more restrictions on… Continue Reading→
Dear United Methodist friends in Christ, With our neighbors across North Carolina, we receive Governor Cooper’s public health guidance for the first phase of the three-phase plan to continue to protect the health and safety of all people in our state. As we plan onward for community and worship in our church families, we echo… Continue Reading→
The Director of Disaster Ministries, Al Miller, shares an update about our operations in eastern North Carolina. On this beautiful spring day God’s blessings to you and to your families. I’m asking for your help. My name is Al Miller and I am the Director Disaster Ministries for the Conference. We are getting ready to… Continue Reading→
As the COVID-19 pandemic has swept across our world and our NCCUMC, many churches have unfortunately been forced to postpone or even cancel their Youth Sundays. Therefore, our Conference Youth Ministries has been working on creating an outlet for youth to participate in a meaningful day of their lives as young Methodists. We are excited… Continue Reading→
The pension and insurance newsletters for the month of May are now available. Please follow the links to read important information regarding benefits.
Several churches in the Sound District participated in a multi-denominational mask making project for their community. The Threads of Hope Ministry at Vanceboro UMC partnered with Beech Grove UMC, Epworth UMC, Holly Hill Pentecostal Holiness Church, and Juniper Chapel Original Free Will Baptist Church. Over 40 volunteers participated in the project, making over 3,000 masks…. Continue Reading→
For Immediate ReleaseTuesday, May 05, 2020 Bishop Harvey makes history as first Hispanic woman to be COB President WASHINGTON, D.C. – Bishop Cynthia Fierro Harvey of the Louisiana Area has made history by becoming the first Hispanic woman to be president of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church. She is also the… Continue Reading→
In the midst of the pandemic, volunteers showed up at MERCI in Goldsboro to help distribute potatoes to those in need.
Have you taken the survey yet??? The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with Emergency Management has requested information from the faith community about our responses to Covid-19 and our capacity to help our neighbors. Please respond to the survey so The United Methodist Church will be represented. It will only take a couple of minutes… Continue Reading→