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On the Sunday after Easter (April 11), the Western NC Conference will offer a conference-wide virtual worship led by our District Superintendents, with music and liturgy from pastors and churches around our conference, and a homily from Bishop ...

The Blue Ridge District, in partnership with Rev. Heidi Campbell-Robinson, President and Lead Coach of WaterRock Institute, is excited to host Chris Singleton at 2pm on May 2nd, live online via Zoom. We hope you will join us as we hear from and ...

On the edge of Downtown Asheville, in an area known as the "homeless corridor", stands a unique mission congregation of the United Methodist Church. Haywood Street Congregation has stood a pillar in the houseless and poverty-stricken community since ...

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for In-Person Worship & Ministry (updated 3.24.2021) View & Download a copy of the updated guidelines here. WNCC Second Sunday of Easter Service On the Sunday after Easter (April 11), the Western NC Conference will offer ...

Come gather with church leaders, both clergy and laity, staff and volunteers. This will be a time of collaborating, learning, sharing difficulties, and celebrating ministries in a variety of faith formation areas including age level ministries, ...

    Updated Guidelines for In-Person Worship & Ministry During Covid-19  February 24, Governor Cooper issued an easing of Covid-19 restrictions. The Bishop and Cabinet remain committed to our biblical mandate to “love our neighbors as ourselves” and...

  The Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church has created and shared an in-depth Lenten study with a focus on scripture, UMC Social Principles, and anti-racism. Although it is intended to be started on Wednesday, February ...

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Whether you are new to policy advocacy or have been engaged in this work for years, the Council’s Legislative Seminar offers a chance to learn about the important discussions during this 2021 General Assembly session. By refracting policy through the...

A lot is going on at Hood Theological Seminary! Learn more about the 2021 Chaplaincy Didactic, three new graduate programs, and three virtual meet greet sessions for potential new students.

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