Native Moccasins Rock is n intergenerational event with an emphasis on social justice, understanding of traditions, arts through culture, and a deepening awareness of our spiritual journey. The event will feature nationally and internationally known musicians, artists, performers, and speakers who will lead interactive workshops, music, dance, fellowship, and worship. Read More »
How the Holy Week Offered New Opportunities for Spiritual Renewal and Divine Harmony to Unite Our Fractured Religious Community
Bishop McAlilly calls upon us to support this Day of Prayer as well as to pray up until the May dates of General Conference. Today, we pray throughout the Nashville Episcopal Area. We support our Delegates for General Conference and for the United Methodist Church as we all prepare for Read More »
When our churches support Native American Ministries Sunday (NAMS), we equip seminary students and empower Native American congregations to find fresh, new ways to minister to their communities with the love of Christ. It only happens with the support of local congregations. Native American Ministries has prepared the NAMS Pastor and Leader’s Kit – complete Read More »
Did you know we have a United Methodist Church ad that dropped in a special edition of USA Today on 2/2/15? Rethink Church believes in encouraging conversations that build understanding and inspire reconciliation. Find out how to get social media banners to use and find content around race relations. In Read More »
YSF raises $20,000, shaves Brad Fiscus’ head, gives $5,000 to Lutts Tornado Recovery efforts.
Contact: Chip Hunter, firstname.lastname@example.org The Executive Committee of the CCOCM expresses thanks for Bettye Lewis’ leadership over eight years in the conference office. Bettye’s ministry in the Tennessee Annual Conference included local church leadership as well as district and conference leadership. Her hard work at all levels within the conference Read More »
Contact: Randy Neal People say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but the Sonshine Soup Kitchen in Crossville has been busy proving the old adage wrong. Randy Neal, John Short, and David Yoder (now deceased) started the free lunch program on April 1, 2009 shortly after the economy Read More »