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Gun Violence Forum at Brentwood UMC | Sept. 11

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 »

Back to School Sizzle

By: Michael Rashon Adkins, M.Ed. Michael Rashon Adkins is a member of the Health and Welfare Committee of the Tennessee Conference, a member of John Wesley United Methodist Church, and an Educator. Article is from:  healthychildren.org  Each year as summer draws to a close, teachers, parents, guardians, and students alike Read More »

ARE YOU HEADING OFF TO COLLEGE THIS FALL? DO YOU HAVE A CHILD OR A STUDENT IN YOUR MINISTRY HEADING TO COLLEGE?

If the answer is yes, please complete the form below for each student. This will send an email to the campus minister where the student is attending if they are enrolling in one of the schools listed below. If they are attending school outside of the Memphis or Tennessee Conference, Read More »

Council of Bishops Invites Applications for Two Ecumenical Programs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church is inviting applications for the following programs:  2020 Local Initiatives Grants Scholarship to Attend The Ecumenical Institute at Bossey 2020 Local Initiatives GrantsThe Council of Bishops is offering three (3) grants of $1,000 each to groups within annual Read More »

2019 United Methodist Creation Care Summit Wrap Up

NASHVILLE, TN – Taking place July 11-14 at the Scarritt Bennett Center campus, 250 participants from congregations, annual conferences, agencies, and other organizations gathered eager to find ways to take better care of God’s creation. Attendee’s discussed ways they can facilitate the healing of our planet, strategized how to build Read More »

2019 Charge Conference Forms

FORM INSTRUCTIONS Please read carefully!  If you need instructions on how to utilize the fillable PDF forms, please read  Instructions for 2019 Charge Conference Forms. Note, if you do not download the fillable PDF as indicated in the instructions, the file may not save your information. (1-Click on the form, Read More »

Historical Marker Honors Rev. Bill Barnes

Nashville, July 17, 2019:  Mayor David Briley and members of the Nashville Metro Council joined friends and family of Rev. Bill Barnes for the unveiling of a historical marker honoring the work and memory of Rev. Barnes. Rev. Barnes was well known for his activism and work in Nashville helping Read More »