Saving Mothers’ Lives: Mother’s Day Resources

Scripture tells us that motherhood is sacred. Motherhood is an identity based on relationships that are not defined by any one variable, including childbirth. However, as we prepare to celebrate Mother’s Day, it is urgent that we recognize the perils that women and girls face as a result of pregnancy. The facts are simple and […]

Rev. Dr. Richard Gentzler Elected President of COA

The Council on Aging (COA) of Middle Tennessee announced that the new president of its Board of Directors is Rev. Dr. Richard Gentzler, Jr. COA’s mission is to address the unmet needs of older adults and caregivers through information, advocacy and education, and by being a catalyst for comprehensive solutions. Rev. Dr. Rick Gentzler is […]

Tom and Betty Cloyd Scholarship Recipient Named

The Reverend Dr. Philip Jamieson, President of The United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, announces that the recipients of the Tom and Betty Cloyd Scholarship are Kaitlynn E. Vaughn and Margaret A. Ward. Kaitlynn is a member of Hillcrest United Methodist Church and is currently enrolled at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, […]

Robert Craig Now Coordinating Disaster Response Ministry

‘Disaster response’ is now a single Episcopal Area ministry for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, coordinated by Rev. Robert Craig By Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications, Memphis Conference Effective Jan. 1, the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences of the Nashville Episcopal Area have combined their disaster response ministries into a single area-wide ministry, according to […]

Announcements from Bishop McAlilly

Bishop William T. McAlilly of the Nashville Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church announced today his intention to appoint Rev. Chip Hunter as the District Superintendent of the Stones River District in the Tennessee Conference. Hunter will assume the new role beginning in June of 2018 with the setting of the new appointments at the […]