NGBMCR General Meeting
August 6, & November 5
October (Date and Location TBD)
General Conference postponed until
Praying for the family of Rev. Dr. Autura Eason-Williams, a beloved daughter, wife, mother, sister, auntie, cousin, friend, mentor and a colleague.
This year, Harambee will be celebrating 25 years as a youth conference bringing people from all over the Southeastern Jurisdiction together on the campus of Lane College, Jackson, TN Tuesday June 21st- Sunday June 26, 2022. Registration is $280 per person (youth and adult). Contact: Koneisha Timmons, Harambee Registrar 256-339-8827
Look at the schedule and select from numerous dates and age groups
Apr 10, 2022
Greg and Lorre Roe live in Grants Pass, Oregon. Two years ago, on Palm Sunday, they searched Facebook for their hometown church, Newman United Methodist Church. Instead, they found Newman United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Louisiana. Since that Sunday, they've been deeply connected to the church and its pastor. And today, they met in person for the first time after the Roes traveled over 2,000 miles to visit.
"What's Going On?" Charting the Course Through Treacherous Waters
Members of North Georgia BMCR and others at the Southeastern Jurisdiction BMCR 52nd Annual Meeting, October 28-30, 2021, Columbia, SC
More photos at https://www.facebook.com/NGBMCRUMC/posts/242283747884314
The Barnes Evaluation and Administration Team (B.E.A.T.) has been entrusted by our Annual Conference to receive grant applications and make the best mission investments possible for the whole of the conference. This Dashboard is designed to provide a summary of the grant investments being made through the BARNES FUND of the North Georgia Conference. MORE at
New grant process announced:
By John W. Coleman
March 26, 2021 | UM News
Co-authors of the book “I’m Black. I’m Christian. I’m Methodist” join in a panel discussion during an online meeting of Black Methodists for Church Renewal. Clockwise from upper left are: the Revs. Rudy Rasmus, Tori Butler and Erin Beasley. Screenshot via Zoom.
One pandemic kept The United Methodist Church’s black caucus separated for its first-ever virtual membership meeting, March 19-20. More...
Leadership body invites church to vision work
By Heather Hahn
April 22, 2021 | UM News
The Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai addresses the Pre-General Conference Briefing in Portland, Ore., in 2016. Bigham-Tsai is chief connectional ministries officer for the United Methodist Connectional Table, which unanimously approved plans to host conversations around the globe about the church’s vision and mission. File photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.
The Connectional Table wants more United Methodists to have a place at the table.
On April 22, the denomination-wide leadership body unanimously approved a proposal to use the next year to host conversations around the globe about the future United Methodist Church. More of article...
Click here for the proposal
March 24, 2021
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