Hilldale UMC celebrates connection to F.U.E.L. ministry and opportunity to feed hungry children and spread the love of Christ throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Hilldale was featured in local news articles regarding this program and the program itself has been recognized repeatedly for its good work. https://clarksvillenow.com/local/hilldale-umc-supports-partnership-with-f-u-e-l-program/
Thanking TN Disaster Team of Cookeville and Murfreesboro for their service in Seneca South Carolina. Please thank these 8 men.
They were fantastic.
March 9, 2020 Tennessee Conference Sager Brown Team A twenty-four-member mission team from the TN Conference worked at UMCOR Sager Brown during the first week of January 2020. Another team of up to thirty-five members has been scheduled for January 10-15, 2021. Most of the 2020 team members have been to Sager Brown multiple times. […]
Global Ministries and the Mission Volunteers Office are pleased to offer twogreat educational and mission service events, one in the Czech Republic and one in Paducah, Kentucky. Both events are designed with less strenuous activities than the traditional UMVIM team. The events will continue to focus on peace and poverty, history and sustainability of resources, […]
Over 200 laity and clergy from the Murfreesboro District gathered for the annual Shepherd School on Sunday, February 12 at Tullahoma First United Methodist Church. The afternoon began with a variety of workshops for both laity and clergy. Rose Ellis, Cokesbury representative to the TN Conference, shared information on 2017 Vacation Bible School curriculum options. […]
By Judith Osongo Yanga and Kathy L. Gilbert Oct. 11, 2016 | UMNS United Methodist aid has reached the city of Beni in the Democratic Republic of East Congo, which was the site of a brutal attack by rebel Allied Democratic Forces, a group linked to Islamists in Uganda, on Aug. 13. On Oct. 4, […]
By Elliott Wright* Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 2016 — The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) acted quickly in response to the destruction and death caused by Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean, notably in Haiti. The provision of emergency supplies, food, health kits, and other assistance builds on UMCOR’s sustained presence in Haiti, work that […]
The work is not complete. There are thousands of people still struggling to recover. Many of these people have the most complicated situations. They have lost hope. Now is the time for us to go deeper by providing hope to people who have none. We are in great need of volunteers for this summer, fall and […]