At the altar table and around the dinner table, in the meeting room and beside the picnic table, this highly diverse congregation is thriving in part because of its emphasis on authentic relationship and mutual service. This workshop offers an opportunity to explore Haywood Street’s organizational structure and examine best practices for sustainable and transformational ministry WITH the poor. A focus of the workshop is supporting congregations in developing or strengthening ministry with the poor in their local communities.
District News & Announcements
For a complete listing of up-to-date Conference news & announcements visit wnccumc.org/news.
December 2017 - View the latest Lay Servant Ministries Newsletter
November 14, 2017 - View the latest Board of Laity Newsletter
November 7, 2017 - Mountain Xpress features Groce UMC in recent article.
ASHEVILLE – After seven years of visioning, exploring and deliberating, Groce United Methodist Church created homes that changed the lives of two previously homeless people. Homeward Bound clients Dan, a veteran, and Tish, formerly(...)