Our virtual Annual Conference is scheduled for June 10 and 11, 2021. Please adhere to the guidelines outlined below on how and where to submit reports and resolutions or standing rules changes. REPORTS Send Tennessee Annual Conference report submissions by May 1 to email@example.com (Note: if your report is for the Memphis Annual Conference, […]
Many of the Southeast Jurisdiction (SEJ) Heads of Delegations signed the below statement of support for the proposed Protocol of Grace & Reconciliation Through Separation. The heads of the Tennessee Conference delegation, Rev. Harriet Bryan and Jim Allen are among those who signed the statement. The SEJ Heads of Delegations have had three face-to-face meetings. […]
This email message was sent on 12/01/19 by the Nashville Episcopal Office to all e-news subscribers in the Tennessee Conference and in the Memphis Conference. Advent greetings in the name of our Lord, Jesus the Christ Child! As we work toward the creation of the new conference, we do so with a feeling of […]
By Russell Casteel, Executive Director of Camp and Retreat Ministry In the September 15 issue of The Washington Post, the article, They were once America’s cruelest, richest slave traders. Why does no one know their names? Hannah Natanson highlights the role of John Armfield and Isaac Franklin in the American slave trade. Now, 400 years […]
Ninety-one percent of Project Transformation’s summer interns say they gained knowledge about how their faith is connected to their work, according to the ministry’s Summary of Impact released last week. During its eighth year of ministry, Project Transformation served 822 children and youth with the leadership of 93 young adults across ten site churches in […]
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 to aid neighbors in need […]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 at the local high school. […]
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 in participating in the program and […]