Just a friendly reminder that the Pastoral Assessments need to be completed by NOVEMBER 30th, which is right around the corner! Gray has scheduled one-on-one meetings to speak with each one of you to discuss your assessments and the great ways that the Lord is working in and through each one of you. The schedule… Continue Reading→
A virtual gathering ofYouth Pastors, Leaders, Counselors, and Volunteersfor youth in the 6th grade through 12th grade.Nov. 30th beginning at 7:00 pm Reach out to Chris Eason if you have any questions.
Technology for worship, small groups and giving As the COVID-19 pandemic continued and more churches shifted to or increased their digital ministry, United Methodist Communications began developing a series of Local Church Learning Sessions. All have been developed specifically to support local United Methodist churches during this extraordinary time. New sessions will be added here… Continue Reading→
The Lay Servant Ministries Basic Course is a foundational course designed to equip new church leaders and renew current leaders in The United Methodist Church. It explores:– personal spiritual gifts– servant leadership– each leader’s role in developing future leaders– the importance of consistent spiritual practices– the core ministries of Leading, Caring, and Communicating Class sessions will begin… Continue Reading→
From our Treasurer’s office: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Conference Insurance Committee is unable to provide our usual flu shot clinic at the United Methodist Building this year. In order to protect our building employees, we must discourage visitors and gatherings of persons in the building. We strongly encourage everyone to get a flu… Continue Reading→
a message from Roxie Lee Floyd, Capital District Co-Lay Leader. Nebuchadnezzar declared: “May the God of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego be praised!” God shows up in such extraordinary ways every day. On July 19th across our denomination those who follow and use our traditional Sunday Adult Bible Study book read or listened to the story… Continue Reading→
Choices I have been a member of First UMC – Wilson all my life, through Baptism, Confirmation, Sunday School, and Worship. My Mom and Dad made sure of that. My wife, Debbie, experienced the same at Winstead UMC, the church where we were married in 1971. After marriage, we gradually fell away from attending church… Continue Reading→
Sponsored by Raleigh Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (RIMA) To print or share: RIMA Justice Walk 2020