By Robert Craig, Disaster Response Coordinator for Memphis and Tennessee When communities around the world are devastated by natural disasters like Hurricane Dorian, the United Methodist Church responds. This is possible because the people called Methodist live out their faith in loving service to their neighbors, near and far. If you desire Read More »
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We are looking for adults, teens and children for several scenes that portray loneliness and various parenting scenarios with Advent and Easter themes.
Learn more about Mountain T.O.P.’s AIM events at: https://www.mountain-top.org/fall. For reservation and more information call 931-692-3999 or email email@example.com.
Suicide Prevention as a Ministry PartnershipReimagining and Navigating Prevention of Suicide TNUMC Committee on Health and Welfare by Rev. Micah Myers on September 2019 It was the start of the school year and a particular 14-year-old boy was starting a new semester in school. He was starting his freshman year Read More »
UMVIM Community & Partners, The Mission Volunteer Office is excited to announce the release of their newest project, the Mission Volunteer Video Series. They have created 11 videos that each discuss a different aspect of the Mission Volunteer program. Their hope is that these videos will be a resource to those that are interested Read More »
This event is part of the Martin Methodist College Sesquicentennial Celebration. It’s hard to believe the institution is 150 years old! This tour is open to all friends, alumni, and of course, Martin Methodist students. If you have any questions you may contact Edna G. Luna. Register Here
by John Collett, MMC Director of Church Relations The 151st class of Martin Methodist College students is now assembled, and Martin will be celebrating its Sesquicentennial during all of 2019–20! This milestone is a remarkable achievement of history and service, with Martin having provided church-related, faith-based higher education for over Read More »
Brentwood United Methodist Church is hosting a Faith Forum on Gun Violence in Our Communities on September 11, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., in Haney Hall on the campus of Brentwood United Methodist Church (309 Franklin Road, Brentwood). The forum will be led by a panel of psychologists, law enforcement officials, Read More »
In light of the recent ICE raids in the Mississippi community, local organizations have come together and developed a strategic plan to assist our neighbors who have been affected by the raids. Below is a list of places needing your assistance along with addresses to deliver/mail donations, and additional volunteer Read More »