The Florida United Methodist Church and African Methodist Episcopal Church, in partnership with our community partner, Florida Impact, will convene in Tallahassee, Florida, on Sunday March 24 through Tuesday March 26.
A Journey of Life and Love Together will be held March 10-15 at the Florida Five Day Academy in March at the Life Enrichment Retreat Center in Fruitland Park, near Leesburg.
Working with Wespath Benefits and Investments, United Methodist annual conferences and foundations, and the 13 United Methodist seminaries and schools of theology, GBHEM is proud to renew the Excellence in Clergy Leadership Scholarship for the third year in a row.
Gain insight on how to lead in these turbulent and ever-changing times.
The event includes island hopping to Sapelo, Amelia and Cumberland Islands.
The current application window is now open.
The Council of Bishops is offering up to six partial scholarships for young adults and seminary students participating in the 2019 UMEIT:USA.
The Marriage Enrichment Retreats will be offered three times during 2019.
Registration for Igniting Men Jacksonville is now open at the new Igniting Men website.
A new report from The United Methodist Church on the state of the church says that 50 years after the creation of the denomination through the merger of The Evangelical United Brethren Church and The Methodist Church, the church’s ministries around the world are thriving.
The training series is available to view on-demand with discussion boards for asking questions and engage in conversation with other participants.
Social media templates can save communicators valuable time and effort.
Pre-order the VC4 study guide today! The videos and study guides will be available end of October 2018 on gcorr.org for free view and download.
Apply to join the Summer 2019 team.
We are celebrating being 70 years young, dating back to the very first Men’s Retreat at the same property we come together on this year at the Life Enrichment Center.
The program includes two or three nights of lodging, meals and evening worship. During the day, youth can choose to ski or do a mission project in the local community.
With the theme of "Breaking Barriers," the two-day gathering will focus on saving and restoring lives that have been impacted by HIV and AIDS and other issues.
What's different about this school-church partnership training is that churches are asked to bring teams, instead of individuals, to help maintain momentum and achieve goals.
Students can now borrow up to $10,000 per calendar year (January through December) with a lifetime maximum of $40,000 from the United Methodist Student Loan Fund.
A local church media kit with downloadable resources includes logos, social media posts and bulletin inserts.
The United Methodist Communications Public Information Team is hosting two upcoming webinars to support local churches as they strive to embrace social media and its uses for outreach and ministry.
Recipients will receive a 50 percent discount off tuition during their first year of study at Fuller.
Applicants are encouraged to consult with Discipleship Ministries staff for guidance in preparing the application.
Scarcity in Abundance: Hunger in the United States will be a three-day seminar experience for any United Methodist interested in taking a deep dive into issues that intersect with and exacerbate hunger.
Training on having conversations with youth about faith is available.
Island hopping is the agenda and includes lunch at the Reynolds Mansion.
Because of the Peace with Justice Sunday offering, the people of The United Methodist Church are able to make a difference together by sowing seeds—and yielding fruit!—of peace.
Applications are now being received for the 2018-2019 Institute which is funded by the Institute of Preaching endowment fund in Florida and the Parish Ministry Fund in North Carolina.
This year's approach to Heritage Sunday is a celebration, a jubilee, in fact. We are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The United Methodist Church.
"The Well" worship leader retreat aims to refresh, restore and remember. The 24-hour event will take place at the Life Enrichment Center in June.
Lake Junaluska will host the Festival of Wisdom and Grace, a conference for those looking for purpose and renewal in the second half of life, from August 13-16.
GBHEM partners with Africa University and Wesley House Cambridge for a new Doctoral Program expanding the capacity for theological education on the Continent of Africa. Application deadline is May 31.
UMCOM provides an update on 2018 website development grants.
A pastor and leader's kit is available, as well as other free resources.
Are you struggling with fear, anger, grief, depression, shame, or a sense of abandonment? You may be suffering from the effects of traumatic events or circumstances in your life. Do you seek more trust, love, forgiveness, gratitude, peace, and wholeness in your life? This workshop may be for you.
Summer camp for grown-ups offered by Epworth By The Sea in June.
The General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA) is announcing local churches and United Methodist organizations covered under the United Methodist group ruling can now be listed on Guidestar.
Church and Society’s Ethnic Young Adult (EYA) program will run from June 2- July 28, 2018. This eight-week intensive program is designed for young justice-seekers who are willing to put their faith into action as they work in the intersections of faith, advocacy, and social change.
Application deadline is February 23, 2018, and grants will be awarded this spring.
The Ministry Protection Committee negotiated a very successful property and casualty insurance program renewal.
The men's equipping event theme is "A Call to Unity and Reconciliation."
Discounted early registration is available through Jan. 31. The panel discussion theme is "The Missional Church and Innovation in a Changing Environment.
The Council of Bishops is offering scholarships for young adults (age 21-35) to attend the 2018 United Methodist Ecumenical and Interreligious Training (UMEIT:USA) and the National Workshop on Christian Unity (NWCU) this Spring.
Register now for Florida Advocacy Days.
Led by Bishop Carter, travelers will visit Venice, Assisi, Siena, Florence and Rome while studying the Gospel of Mark and the legacy of Peter during April 3-12, 2018.
Celebrating God's call to empower those struggling to thrive, Human Relations Day is Jan. 14, 2018. Downloadable resources are currently available to help celebrate this special Sunday.
This year’s Advent and Christmas Season series embraces the secular seasonal metaphor of homecoming to wrap the challenging biblical texts this season gives us.
UMCmarket recently announced another way to give back during the holiday season. Links are provided to register online.