News

Below are news stories published by the Western North Carolina Conference.  We recommend that you also subscribe to ENews and bookmark the United Methodist News Service to be more aware of what is going on in the conference and denomination. 

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Young Adult from Davidson UMC Benefits from UM Student Day Offering

11/16/2015
THROUGH THE GIFT OF HOPE SCHOLARSHIP, KAYLAN MERCURI IS ATTENDING HER FIRST CHOICE AND DREAM SCHOOL. Between mission trips, Bible study, singing in church choirs and enjoying college life, Kaylan Mercuri is never at a loss for things to do. A native of Mooresville, North Carolina, Mercuri is a freshman at Furmam University in Greenville, South Carolina, which she confesses, is her “dream school.” For five years, she was homeschooled by her mother and later attended a Christian classical school ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 111315

11/13/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS Amid Declines, Diversity Grows in U.S. Church Your UM Student Day Offering at Work in WNC LATEST CAREERS Community and Congregational Engagement Specialist Organist/Piano LATEST EVENTS GIVING TUESDAY – December 1 Latest ENews: View the November 10th edition See the past issues at the ARCHIVES Wednesdays at 11AM: CONNECT- Now on iTunes 10/28 Larry Bowden 11/4 Luke Edwards 11/11 BREAK 11/18...

Amid Declines, Diversity Grows in U.S. Church

11/12/2015
By Heather Hahn Nov. 11, 2015 (UMNS) First Tongan United Methodist Church in Seattle had grown so much that it needed to move to a larger building, which it shared for a time with a dwindling white congregation. Last year, the white United Methodist congregation officially disbanded. But the Tongan church is still going strong, with more than 200 members and a flourishing youth group. The church offers recent immigrants and their families the chance to stay connected to their cultural roots ...

Your UM Student Day Offering at Work in WNC

11/11/2015
EMILY HATLEY SAYS HER YOUTH GROUP STUDENTS HELPED DETERMINE HER CAREER CHOICE. When envisioning Emily Hatley’s future, it is a safe bet that her United Methodist ties will play a pivotal role in how she will accomplish everything she sets her mind on doing. Hatley grew up in the South, surrounded by an abundance of love, gospel music and the 4-H Club in the rural town of Stanfield, North Carolina, not far from Charlotte. She lived with her parents and younger sister, but as an added bonus, her ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 110615

11/6/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS FingerPrint Weeks for Youth Led by Pfeiffer Grad United Methodist Bishops Meet for Fall Learning Retreat at Lake Junaluska Jews, Muslims and Christians Will Unite at Lake Junaluska Peace Conference 7 Tips To Planning An Awesome Youth Retreat #CTTalks- Session 2- Christian Conferencing United Methodist Student Day is November 29th LATEST CAREERS Director of Music Ministries Treasurer ...

FingerPrint Weeks for Youth Led by Pfeiffer Grad

11/6/2015
FingerPrint Weeks are new summer youth trips that combine elements of both mission trips and youth camp. It is open to all middle school students that have completed the sixth grade through recently graduated high school seniors. Trips are five days long. Days are spent serving in the community, this can range from construction and maintenance projects like painting a house or doing Yard work to community projects like leading a community Vacation Bible School or leading drills for a free ...

United Methodist Bishops Meet for Fall Learning Retreat at Lake Junaluska

11/5/2015
The Bishops of The United Methodist Church met November 1-5, at Lake Junaluska, NC. This was a learning retreat that was closed to the press. Below are news releases and excerpts from reports that came from that body this week. Please click on links at the ends of the excerpts to read more at the United Methodist News Service. United Methodist Bishops Assemble for Fall Learning Retreat Nashville, Tenn.: The residential bishops of The United Methodist Church will meet November 1-5 at Lake ...

Jews, Muslims and Christians Will Unite at Lake Junaluska Peace Conference

11/4/2015
Lake Junaluska, N.C. — Next week Jews, Muslims and Christians will gather at Lake Junaluska to promote peace. The Lake Junaluska Peace Conference is four days of workshops, yoga, prayer, lectures, worship, meditation and music, with the goal of advancing the work of reconciliation and peace in the world. Registration is still open for the conference, which will take place Nov. 12-15 at Lake Junaluska. The event is led by notable peacemakers from all three Abrahamic faith traditions, including ...

7 Tips To Planning An Awesome Youth Retreat

11/4/2015
A youth retreat is a powerful opportunity for students to experience spiritual growth and focus on friendship and community. But how do you find that perfect balance of fun, worship, and making sure your basic needs like food and lodging are met? Here are some tips to planning a retreat your youth group will never forget. Choose a location that allows for fun activities. Having an activity component allows youth to let off steam during the day and prepare for worship at night. In the summer, ...

#CTTalks- Session 2- Christian Conferencing

11/3/2015
"What does Christian conferencing really mean?" Continuing the conversation around key topics related to General Conference 2016, The Connectional Table begins a month-long series on Christian Conferencing as part of the #CTTalks online forum. Beginning Monday, November 2, a video will be posted each week that addresses the principles of Christian Conferencing for delegations to use these as they gather together to prepare for General Conference. Bishop Sharon Zimmerman Rader and Bishop ...

United Methodist Student Day is November 29th

11/2/2015
United Methodist Student Day is November 29, 2015 Across the country, the people of The United Methodist Church are serving the people God loves in Jesus’ name. We’re doing it at home, but so often we’d like to do more. We want to serve those in other places who are suffering. We want to offer spiritual words of hope and life. And we want to be well-equipped to do both! But the reality for most of us is that our responsibilities—home, family, work—don’t allow us to engage with every need we’d ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 103015

10/30/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS All Saints Day: A Holy Day John Wesley Loved Front Row Seat at a Miracle South Carolina UMC Focuses on Long-Term Recovery Court Defers Review of ‘Plan UMC Revised’ 2015 Conference Journal Published LATEST CAREERS Children’s Pastor Music Director Director of Music Ministries Youth Director/Worship Leader Director of Next Generation Ministries PAGES CHANGED Disaster Response Page Congo Partners ...

All Saints Day: A Holy Day John Wesley Loved

10/30/2015
A UMC.org Feature by Joe Iovino* November 1 is All Saints Day, a sometimes-overlooked holy day in United Methodist congregations. It is not nearly as well known as the day before, All Hallows’ (Saints’) Eve, better known as Halloween, but is far more important in the life of the church. John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, enjoyed and celebrated All Saints Day. In a journal entry from November 1, 1767, Wesley calls it “a festival I truly love.” On the same day in 1788, he writes, “I ...

Front Row Seat at a Miracle

10/29/2015
By Pratt Davis For the past couple of weeks I have had a front row seat at the site of a miracle. No, it was not a Walking on Water sort of miracle, but a miracle nonetheless. My front row seat was on the inside of the web of a beautiful garden spider. At lunch one sunny day my husband and I noticed that a garden spider had constructed a web over our kitchen window. This was a gi-normous web, it filled one entire pane of our extra-large casement window. We were amazed at the size of the web and ...

South Carolina UMC Focuses on Long-Term Recovery

10/28/2015
By Jessica Brodie Weeks after a storm so catastrophic South Carolina’s governor called it a “1,000-year flood,” South Carolina United Methodist disaster responders are transitioning from a rescue phase to a relief and recovery phase. “This is a ‘drying out period,’ and we expect it to last at least through year-end, though the full recovery could take up to three years,” said the Rev. Kathy James, director of Connectional Ministries for the South Carolina Conference. “We will be involved in ...

Court Defers Review of 'Plan UMC Revised'

10/27/2015
By Linda Bloom Oct. 26, 2015 | ST. LOUIS (UMNS) A ruling on the constitutionality of legislation for a proposed organizational plan for The United Methodist Church has been deferred until May. To make a declaratory decision about one specific piece of proposed legislation, the United Methodist Judicial Council said in Decision 1303, “could intrude” on the full legislative authority of General Conference. The denomination’s top decision-making body meets May 10-20 in Portland, Oregon. Although it...

2015 Conference Journal Published

10/26/2015
We are excited to share the 2015 Western North Carolina Conference Journal. It has been a collaborative effort by many. There are two volumes this year, due to additional content. Volume I now includes clergy service records, required by The Book of Discipline, but not previously included. The increased number of questions in the statistical reports lengthened that section, so the statistical reports are in Volume II. Please contact us with updates or questions – Kim (Section I) at ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 102315

10/23/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS Foundation for Christian Formation Announces 2016 Dates Enhanced Find-a-Church Features Now Available Churches Use Text Messaging for Good Rev. Amy Coles Selected as Episcopal Nominee   LATEST CAREERS Office Administrator Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries Organist Director of Music Ministries   LATEST EVENTS Special Sundays in 2016 Human Relations Day- January 17, 2016 One Great ...

Foundation for Christian Formation Announces 2016 Dates

10/22/2015
The Foundation for Christian Formation Team, Gloria and Chris Hughes along with Kathleen and Ed Kilbourne, will once again be leading their series of Confirmation Weekends, one in December and eight more in the spring. If you are planning on taking your confirmands on retreat as part of their spiritual journey, they would love to have your group join them. 2015 December 4-6, 2015 @ Lake Junaluska, NC 2016 February 19 & 20 @ Soapstone UMC, Raleigh, NC (NC Conference event) February 26-28 @ ...

Enhanced Find-a-Church Features Now Available

10/21/2015
NASHVILLE: Today’s tech-savvy seekers turn to the internet as their primary source for information. Local United Methodist churches can be prepared with an updated profile on Find-A-Church, now enhanced with easily viewed events, social media, and worship information. New Find-A-Church features include: • GoogleMap with movable pin to exactly communicate location • Links to social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus and Instagram • Updateable information about clergy...

Churches Use Text Messaging for Good

10/20/2015
By Tricia Brown UMCom Story Carrying a cellphone has become as commonplace as it once was to carry a wallet or a purse, perhaps even more so. In 2014, 81 percent of American adults who owned smartphones used a short messaging service (SMS). Texting seems to be the preferred form of everyday communication for many, so it only seems logical to explore the various ways churches can utilize this technology. Communicating Many churches find texting especially handy to send mass communications for: ...

Rev. Amy Coles Selected as Episcopal Nominee

10/19/2015
Members of the 2016 Western North Carolina Conference delegation for the General and Jurisdictional Conferences have endorsed the Rev. Amy Coles as their episcopal nominee. She will be considered as an official candidate for bishop at the 2016 Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference scheduled for July 13-16, 2016 at Lake Junaluska, NC. Coles is currently serving as the Assistant to the Bishop and was appointed in July 2015. Bishop Goodpaster responded, “Serving as a very effective district ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 101615

10/16/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS Traffic Patterns Change to Conference Office on October 19th Retired Pastor Reviewed Worship Services Renewing Waters: How United Methodists Understand Baptism Cullowhee UMC Highlighted in Faith & Leadership LATEST CAREERS LATEST EVENTS Latest information from the Disaster Response Team Nominations for 2016-2020 Quadrennium 2015 Clergy Assessments Available Online Clergy Ethics Seminars for ...

Traffic Patterns Change to Conference Office on October 19th

10/16/2015
Starting Monday, October 19th and lasting for up to three years, Sugar Creek Road, between Greensboro Street and Northmore Street, a main route from I-85 to the Conference Office will be closed. You should seek alternate routes to get to the Conference Office. Read more about the project from NCDOT The Charlotte Observer posted an article in late September on the project A suggested route from I-85: Get off on the Sugar Creek exit, turn left onto North Tryon and proceed to Eastway, turning ...

Retired Pastor Reviewed Worship Services

10/15/2015
[caption id="attachment_3982" align="alignright" width="300"] The Rev. Christy Thomas, retired United Methodist pastor, spent a year reviewing worship services for her local paper. Photo by Jeff Smith, Heirloom Portrait[/caption] By Sam Hodges DALLAS (UMNS) She sat silently among Quakers. She had her ear drums nearly punctured by amped-up praise bands. She breathed incense with the Greek Orthodox, and joined a hot chocolate-sipping cowboy church crowd. As a newly retired United Methodist pastor,...

Renewing Waters: How United Methodists Understand Baptism

10/14/2015
A UMC.org Feature by Joe Iovino* Water sustains life for humans, animals, and plants. We clean with warm water and relax in cool water. We find peace listening to the roar of the ocean or taking a stroll in the rain. Water is also important to our life in the church. In the Sacrament of Holy Baptism, “we are initiated into Christ’s holy church, … incorporated into God’s mighty acts of salvation and given new birth through water and the Spirit,” the Introduction to the Baptismal Covenant says. ...

Cullowhee UMC Highlighted in Faith & Leadership

10/13/2015
by Allen T. Stanton in Faith & Leadership (This article was featured by UMNS on Monday of this week) [caption id="attachment_3967" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Volunteers from Cullowhee United Methodist Church collect and chop firewood and deliver it to homes across the community.[/caption] In conversations with people across North Carolina, I’ve noticed that people speak about rural communities in one of two ways. The first is in idyllic terms, with rural communities romanticized as ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 100915

10/9/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS ‘Just in Time’ ERT Training for South Carolina Floods South Carolina Flooding Deployment Information Connectional Table Launches Video Series Disaster Response Update- South Carolina Flooding Clergy Health Initiative Releases 2014 Survey Findings Registration for School of the Spirit is Open LATEST CAREERS Director of Youth Ministries Children and Youth Ministries Coordinator Executive Director...

'Just in Time' ERT Training for South Carolina Floods

10/9/2015
The Western NC Conference is offering Just in Time Early Response Team (ERT) Training for individuals who desire to help with South Carolina floods. Only badged volunteers will be allowed to deploy to South Carolina. This applies to ALL disaster response teams and ALL long term & short term building teams. Again, only badged volunteers will be allowed to deploy. To obtain the badge, you have to be trained by a certified UMCOR trainer and pass the conference background check. REGISTER FOR ...

South Carolina Flooding Deployment Information

10/8/2015
From the WNCC Disaster Response Team: We have just been informed that the South Carolina Conference Disaster Response ministry has invited ERT's from North Carolina ONLY to deploy to the flooded disaster zone. If you wish to deploy, you MUST contact your District Disaster Response Coordinator- contact info at wnccumc.org/disasterresponse - and let him/her know of your availability. Please pay close attention to the following details: Prepare to be on site no longer than 3-4 days. You must be ...

Pastoral Leadership Consultation Group

10/8/2015
For Charlotte Area Lead & Associate Pastors, Certified Lay Pastors, Youth Ministers, Judicatory Leaders Three Emphases: Conflict Management, Congregational System Leadership According to Personality Temperament & Self Care Led by Mark Larson, D.Min., L.P.C.Supervisor, Fellow A.A.P.C. Methodist Counseling & Consultation Services 14 Mondays, 2-4:30pm October 2015 - May 2016 First Meeting: October 19 2015, 2-4:30pm ** Registration deadline is October 18, 2015 ** Reading List: Saying No to Say ...

Connectional Table Launches Video Series

10/8/2015
The Connectional Table is launching a series of weekly videos to help inform United Methodist church leaders and General Conference delegates leading up to the 2016 General Conference next May. The videos are part of an online forum called #CTTalks. #CTTalks is intended to provide a way of engaging information about General Conference, rather than simply reading it,” said the Rev. Dr. Amy Valdez Barker, executive secretary of The Connectional Table. 

The #CTTalks forum is designed to be...

Disaster Response Update- South Carolina Flooding

10/5/2015
Over the weekend, torrential rains from weather systems, including Hurricane Joaquin, inundated parts of South Carolina and the coast of North Carolina. Though the hurricane did not hit landfall in the U.S. the combined effects of other weather systems brought record rainfall that has caused extensive flooding. Western North Carolina experienced some minor flooding and damage, and the Conference Disaster Response Team, led by Ken Anderson worked over the weekend preparing for the days ahead with...

Clergy Health Initiative Releases 2014 Survey Findings

10/5/2015
A new report from the Duke Clergy Health Initiative explores the state of health of North Carolina’s United Methodist clergy. Drawing on data from the initiative’s 2014 statewide survey of 1,788 clergy, the report highlights demographics, key facets of life in ministry, and measures of pastors’ spiritual, mental, and physical health. The 2014 data suggest that most clergy have a vital relationship with God. This spiritual health may have a buoying effect on clergy’s mental well-being: 68 percent...

Registration for School of the Spirit is Open

10/5/2015
School of the Spirit #7 begins May 2016 Plan NOW to journey with 20 other pastors and Christian leaders in this twelve-month spiritual formation & renewal retreat series. Click here to learn more. http://SchooloftheSpirit.TheLydiaGroup.com Don Carroll, retreat team member says: “Serving as a busy pastor with a fervent desire to preach the Word and care for the hurting, will inevitably lead us to neglect deepening our own spiritual journeys unless we have a structure in place to keep us grounded...

WEEKLY UPDATE 100215

10/2/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS WNCC Clergy Leading Project to Get Children Involved at General Conference Disaster Response- Train the Trainer- Program on November 6 & 7 Scandinavian Caravan Receiving Applications for 2016 Camp Carolwood Board Announces Closing Local Pastors on the Rise Young Adult Network Seeks Applicants LATEST CAREERS Worship Leader Youth Director Music Director Youth Director Director of Christian ...

WNCC Clergy Leading Project to Get Children Involved at General Conference

10/1/2015
General Conference will be meeting in Portland in May of 2016, and as you might expect, not many children will be in attendance. An initiative of the United Methodist Rural Advocates (UMRA), and with the leadership of two Western North Carolina Conference clergy, children from across the world will have the opportunity to be involved. Laura Beach of Boone UMC and Kevin Miller of Messiah UMC in Lincolnton, are inviting children and congregations across the globe to participate in GC4JC, making ...

Disaster Response- Train the Trainer- Program on November 6 & 7

10/1/2015
The Western North Carolina and North Carolina conferences are providing a combined Disaster Response Train the Trainers program. This training enables you to teach the Early Response classes required to obtain the ERT Badges required for disaster early responses. November 6-7 in Greensboro or Raleigh (tbd based on applicants). The class begins promptly at 1pm on Friday November 6 and ends at 5pm on Saturday. You must have a current (not expired) ERT badge. You must also have an early response ...

Scandinavian Caravan Receiving Applications for 2016

9/30/2015
Since being initiated by Dr. Carl H. King in the summer of 1955, the Western North Carolina Conference has shared ministry with United Methodists in Scandinavia, and, in recent years, the Caravan has expanded into Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The Caravan ministry has enabled young adults from the WNCC to travel during the summer to northern Europe and young adults from northern Europe to travel during alternate summers to North Carolina. These young adults are able to share their faith ...

Camp Carolwood Board Announces Closing

9/29/2015
Below is the statement from the Camp Carolwood Board that was placed on the camp website and their Facebook page: End of an Era After much prayer, conversation, and consideration, the Board of Camp Carolwood has made the decision to close Camp Carolwood effective Nov. 30. This decision is due to the rising costs of upkeep and dwindling revenue. We celebrate the many lives that have been positively impacted through this camping ministry and thank God for this inspiring place. Thank you to our ...

Local Pastors on the Rise

9/29/2015
First in a 10-part series By Sam Hodges Sept. 25, 2015 | UMNS When large, multisite Grace Church in Florida needed a pastor for its new downtown Fort Myers campus, the Rev. Arlene Jackson got the call. She began with about 30 in worship. Over five years, her flock at Grace — a United Methodist church — has grown to more than 400. Many were previously “unchurched” and recovering from addictions, as she did. “It’s the most diverse bunch of mixed nuts you’ve ever met,” Jackson said. “They’re ...

Young Adult Network Seeks Applicants

9/28/2015
Grace and peace. In The United Methodist Church bishops are responsible for ecumenical and interreligious ministries. The Office of Christian Unity and Interreligious Relationships (OCUIR) was created in 2012 to assist the Council of Bishops in this calling. The vison of OCUIR is to support the bishops as they lead our denomination to live more fully into Christian unity and deepen interreligious relationships. One way we do this is to engage and train young adults. United Methodist Ecumenical ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 092515

9/25/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss?   LATEST NEWS FlameBuilders Launches Class 2 Jurisdictional Bishop Count Could Be Reduced in Two US Jurisdictions Why the Wesleys, and Others, Came to Be Called Methodists Young Adults- Explore Your Calling- November 6-8 LATEST CAREERS Youth Ministry Assistant Minister of Music Director of Music Ministries Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries LATEST EVENTS Elder’s Day Apart- November 17 ...

FlameBuilders Launches Class 2

9/25/2015
In partnership with the Western North Carolina Conference (WNCC) of the United Methodist Church, Boundless Impact, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization fostering global connections in North Carolina, welcomed Class 2 of FlameBuilders during the second weekend in September. September 12 marked the first of nine monthly sessions during which the 18 young adults will learn about spiritual formation, leadership development, and global citizenship. Inspired by 1 Thessalonians 5:19 – Do not put out the ...

Jurisdictional Bishop Count Could Be Reduced in Two US Jurisdictions

9/24/2015
Nashville, TN – The General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA), notified the North Central and Northeastern Jurisdictional leadership that the number of bishops representing the areas could be reduced based on reported membership numbers. GCFA, responding to responsibilities and membership formulas outlined in ¶ 404.2 of the Book of Discipline, and the responsibilities of GCFA for the administration of the Episcopal Fund that pays the salaries of bishops, notified the College of ...

Why the Wesleys, and Others, Came to Be Called Methodists

9/23/2015
A UMC.org feature by Andrew J. Schleicher* September 21, 2015 Holy Club. Bible Moths. Methodists. These are just a few of the names people called Charles and John Wesley and those gathered around them before anyone called their group a movement, let alone a church. Charles and John Wesley are considered founders of the Methodist movement that led to what is now The United Methodist Church. It all began around 1728 with a few men at Oxford University, where Charles was finishing his studies. ...

Young Adults- Explore Your Calling- November 6-8

9/22/2015
Registration for three-day, interactive event featuring speakers, music and fellowship continues through September 30. Choosing a career path is a difficult decision. That decision can be even more stressful early in life, especially when ordained ministry is a consideration. While occupational education and career fair options abound for traditional and “hot” jobs, offerings for those considering ordained ministry are not as abundant. Enter Exploration. Exploration is a three-day event for ...

WEEKLY UPDATE 091815

9/18/2015
PAST UPDATES Here are this past week’s major changes to the website. What did you miss? LATEST NEWS DeEtta Rivens Joining Episcopal Office Bahamas Habitat’s Fall Fly-In To Serve Others is October 22 – 25 Earlier Ordination Favored by Ministry Study Group Welcoming the Stranger: Difficult and Necessary LATEST CAREERS Children’s Minister Treasurer Custodian Keyboardist Director of Music Ministries Business Manager Traditional Choir Director Director of Youth Ministries LATEST EVENTS The Big ...

DeEtta Rivens Joining Episcopal Office

9/16/2015
Bishop Larry Goodpaster announced this morning that DeEtta Rivens will be joining the Episcopal Office, filling the role of Executive Administrative Assistant, effective November 2. Ms. Rivens has over sixteen years of experience with the Western North Carolina Conference, serving as the administrative assistant in the Metro District office (and prior to that the Charlotte District office). Her experience, skills, and knowledge of the doctrine, polity, and structure of The United Methodist ...

Bahamas Habitat’s Fall Fly-In To Serve Others is October 22 - 25

9/16/2015
Are you ready to do some real good in the world...that feels great? The Fly In to Serve Others, a twice-a-year volunteer experience with Bahamas Habitat to provide dignified humanitarian outreach to The Bahamas, Haiti and Mexico. The Fly-In brings together people from across the US to support island projects. Through the years these projects have included: Constructing a medical center Painting the Zion Children’s Home for neglected and abused island children Roofing a house damaged by a storm ...
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