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The Latest Edition of E-News - AC2023 Program and Reports Book Now Available, Meet the Lay Delegate Candidates, and more!5/25/2023
Read this edition of the WNCC E-News published on May 24, 2023.
2023 Rwanda Vision Trip5/25/2023
This registration reserves your spot on the Rwanda Vision Trip through the Conference's Office of Mission Engagement and Zoe Empowers. NOTE: There are only 10 spots available for this trip. Join us ...
Celebrating Asian American/Pacific Islander History Month in the WNCC: Rev. Dr. In-Yong Lee5/25/2023
Did you know that Rev. Dr. In-Yong Lee is the only female Asian-American clergy person currently serving as a pastor in the WNC Conference? In this short bio, Conference Archivist and Historian Jim Pyatt tells a story of Rev. Dr. Lee's influence in The United Methodist Church.
Missional Music: Jazz and Storytelling at Annual Conference5/25/2023
Greg Jarrell, vocalist Dawn Anthony, and the Carolina Social Music Club offer a 90-minute interactive program of music, readings, corporate singing, and art to inspire all to create spaces for justice...
Registration for Child Care at Annual Conference Is Now Open5/25/2023
Do you need child care at Annual Conference 2023? Don't delay - registration closes on June 1st. Click here to download the child care flyer. Register Here →
Celebrating Nancy Spaine's Life and Dedication to the WNCC Archives5/24/2023
The WNC Conference was blessed to have Mrs. Nancy Spaine as our Archival Assistant for 33 years. Her legacy continues with the records that we maintain.
Faith & Food: Come To The Table In Action5/24/2023
Connect and Fellowship
Come to the Table’s mission is to empower faith communities to participate in the creation of a just food system through collaboration, capacity building, and advocacy. The program connects churches with farmers, gardeners, educators, health professionals and nonprofits to find ways to relieve hunger and support local agriculture. Over the years, regional and statewide conferences have brought together these stakeholders and others to develop and promote solutions to food insecurity. Come to the Table is a program of RAFI-USA and is supported by The Duke Endowment.
AC2023 Program and Reports Book now online!5/23/2023
The 2023 Annual Conference Program and Reports Book is available online. Clergy and Lay Members of the 2023 Annual Conference are invited to read about the ministries of the Western North Carolina Conference.
Youth Enrichment Expo5/19/2023
The WNCC Congregations for Children (C4C) and Creation Care will host a training for churches in partnership with the NC Conservation Fund on youth programming. Training will highlight environmental ...
The Latest Edition of E-News - WNCC & NCC Receives Grant from the Duke Endowment, Official Ballot Results for the May 6th Session Now Available, and more!5/18/2023
Read this edition of the WNCC E-News published on May 17, 2023.