POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE TO BE DETERMINED! On October 20 and 21, United Methodist Communications (UMCom) will be presenting two workshops per session in the North Carolina Conference to help local churches better tell their stories and communicate to their community and beyond. Church Marketing – This workshop lays the groundwork for leaders to build and start… Continue Reading→
Join the Capital District at the NC Museum of Natural Science for RACE: Are We So Different? This event consists of a self-guided tour of the exhibit (10:00 am to 11:20 am) then a time together for a Cultural Conversation (11:30 am to 1:00 pm). There is space for 25 persons (aged 5 and older). This… Continue Reading→
You are invited to check out the good works that Daniels Memorial in Goldsboro is doing for kids! Recent C4C happenings in the Capital District
Cultivating Community 2017 Convocation on the Rural Church Myrtle Beach, South Carolina August 7-9, 2017 Claire invited me to write a brief report on the recent Convocation on the Rural Church sponsored by The Duke Endowment and held at Myrtle Beach. The event was attended by about 200 persons from the North Carolina and Western… Continue Reading→
Sometimes we try to make things pretty complicated when we seek to deepen our relationship with God. We buy books (some of which we actually read), we try all sorts of different prayer techniques, and we look for the next best guru to guide us. As Roger Owens shares in his new book “What We… Continue Reading→
Wheels of Hope is a monthly food ministry that takes healthy meals to neighborhoods in Selma, NC. Our mission is to show God’s love through the act of feeding hungry children and the people they love. Working with Selma Elementary School’s social worker, Wheels of Hope targets impoverished neighborhoods concentrated with high numbers of children. … Continue Reading→
Hayes Barton UMC, 2209 Fairview Rd., Raleigh NC 27608, is hosting both a Basic ERT and an ERT Renewal class on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Both classes will begin at 8:30 am with the Recertification class ending at 12:30 pm and the Basic class running until 5:00 pm. And the best news is that Hayes… Continue Reading→
St. James UMC in Pembroke, NC was completely destroyed by flooding during Hurricane Matthew. They are rebuilding…. however it is a long and expensive journey. They are currently seeking pulpit furniture. If your church has any gently used pulpit furniture, please contact the Assistant to the Gateway District Superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-661-4941.