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General Conference Postponed to 2022

General Conference Postponed to 2022

2/25/2021
Meeting on February 20, the Commission on the General Conference made a decision to further postpone the 2020 General Conference until August 29 – September 6, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minn. as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the safety of mass gatherings and travel.
Cloth masks available through the WNCC Mission Engagement Team

Cloth masks available through the WNCC Mission Engagement Team

2/17/2021
The Mission Engagement Team has nearly 3,500 cloth masks available. If your ministry or congregation can use them send your request to Ben Rogers at brogers@wnccumc.org.
Council on Finance & Administration to offer grants for churches serving as COVID-19 community stations

Council on Finance & Administration to offer grants for churches serving as COVID-19 community stations

2/17/2021
The WNCC Council on Finance & Administration is setting up a fund for churches to make application for COVID 19 strategies, principally testing and vaccine administration. We know our congregations are being called upon to assist as stations for COVID 19 needs. There is a cost to such in both set up as well as cleaning afterwards. Therefore, the CFA has set aside $250,000 for this effort, with $125,000 specifically set aside to assist our churches of color. Learn how you can apply.
Means of Grace: Online Worship is Here to Stay with Jason Moore

Means of Grace: Online Worship is Here to Stay with Jason Moore

2/16/2021
In this week's episode Luke Edwards talks with Dan Pezet, Director of Church Development, and Jason Moore of Midnight Oil Productions about designing worship for both in-person and online participants. On Sunday, March 14, 2021, the WNCC Office of Church Development invites you to join Jason Moore for Both/And: Maximizing Hybrid Worship Experiences For Online and In-Person Audiences.
Bishop Leeland extends Lenten invitation, word of appreciation for WNCC clergy

Bishop Leeland extends Lenten invitation, word of appreciation for WNCC clergy

2/11/2021
As we enter the Lenten season, beginning with next week’s Ash Wednesday observance, Bishop Leeland extends a Lenten invitation and word of appreciation to Western NC UMC clergy.
New Lenten study offers hope, reconnection through covenant

New Lenten study offers hope, reconnection through covenant

2/9/2021
A new adult Lenten study, “Reclaiming and Living Covenant,” published by the Baltimore-Washington Conference, is a deep dive into biblical covenant and hope, and reconnecting relationships. This study has been endorsed by the WNCC Comprehensive Plan of Equity Education Task Team.
WNCC Churches Are Livestreaming! Join Us For Virtual Church!

WNCC Churches Are Livestreaming! Join Us For Virtual Church!

2/4/2021
Numerous churches across the conference are livestreaming their worship services, Bible studies, prayer services, bedtime Bible stories, and more. Connect with them here!
Come to the Table offers mini-grants for rural churches

Come to the Table offers mini-grants for rural churches

2/3/2021
With support from The Duke Endowment, Come to the Table is excited to once again offer technical assistance funds to assist up to 30 rural United Methodist churches throughout North Carolina. CTTT will fund churches that are engaging in emergency hunger relief efforts during the coronavirus crisis with mini-grants of up to $1,000.
Resources for COVID-Safe Ash Wednesday & Lenten Observances

Resources for COVID-Safe Ash Wednesday & Lenten Observances

2/2/2021
As the Lenten season approaches, we find ourselves still in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic. As we have witnessed this past year, however, even COVID cannot keep the Church of God down. As you make plan to observe the season of Lent in your churches, we have compiled a list of resources that can help you have a COVID-safe time of remembrance and reflection.
A Season of New Beginnings: How Rural Churches Can Use Pandemic-Inspired Innovations

A Season of New Beginnings: How Rural Churches Can Use Pandemic-Inspired Innovations

1/27/2021
As the pandemic evolves, our churches continue to learn, innovate, and respond to the needs of our communities. This webinar series explores ways in which we can continue to use and adapt the pandemic-generated tools, resources, and approaches as we move into new seasons of church life post COVID-19.
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