Memphis Conference office in Jackson will be closed Monday, May 28, for Memorial Day

published 4/24/2018
  The Memphis Conference Office of The United Methodist Church in Jackson, Tennessee, will be CLOSED Monday, May 28, in observance of Memorial Day. The office that serves United Methodists in West Tennessee and Western Kentucky is located at 24 Corporate Blvd. Treasurer's Office: 731-664-5540 Connectional Ministries Office: 731-664-8480

'Disaster response' is now a single Episcopal Area ministry for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, coordinated by Rev. Robert Craig

published 4/15/2018
By Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications, Memphis Conference   Effective Jan. 1, the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences of the Nashville Episcopal Area have combined their disaster response ministries into a single area-wide ministry, according to an announcement by Bishop William T. (Bill) McAlilly.   Named to coordinate the Nashville Episcopal Area Disaster Response Ministry is Rev. Robert Craig, an elder in the Memphis Conference, who additionally serves as executive director of ...

H.G. Stovall is named executive office administrator for Nashville Episcopal Area office staff in Nashville

published 4/12/2018
  H.G. Stovall has been named executive office administrator for the episcopal office staff, according to an announcement by Bishop Bill McAlilly, resident bishop for the Nashville Episcopal Area that includes the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences. Stovall said he looks forward to “rolling up [his] sleeves and seeing what God has in store.” The Nashville Area episcopal office is located in Nashville, Tennessee.  Stovall is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, ...

Fearless dialogues described as hopeful, inspiring

published 4/10/2018
CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS by Glenese Scales, Rev. Autura Eason-Williams and Rev. Bill Lawson Article By Dr. Cynthia A. Bond Hopson On the way “from here to hear to there,” the terrain is often difficult, painful, and sometimes downright uncomfortable. Nevertheless, a capacity crowd from across the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church and beyond gathered close Sunday night at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis for what moderator and Emory University Professor Dr. Gregory...

United Methodists in Memphis remember death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 50 years ago: 'Work to do'

published 4/10/2018
MORE PHOTOS BY COLLINS DILLARD - CLICK HERE Many events and activities took place in Memphis, Tennessee, last week to remember the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on April 4, 1968, in Memphis.   “MLK50 - Where Do We Go From Here” was the theme of the initiative coordinated by the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis to inspire a continuation of the Civil Rights Movement, encourage activism and spark change.   Rev. Renee Dillard and her husband, Collins,...

'Caring for Creation Sunday' on April 22 will be 18th annual observance by Millington First UMC

published 4/5/2018
By Caryl Rawls Millington First United Methodist Church, Millington, TN   For the last 18 years Millington First United Methodist Church in Millington, Tennessee, has held a “Caring for Creation Sunday” in the month of April.    This special service takes place on the Sunday nearest Earth Day, an international event that focuses on the need to protect the natural environment. The focus for this Sunday worship service is on praising God for creation and the Christian’s responsibility to care for...

Benton First United Methodist Church reaches out to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

published 4/2/2018
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'Project Transformation' to offer program at Scenic Hills United Methodist Church in Raleigh/Frayser

published 3/28/2018
Project Transformation Tennessee, a United Methodist-affiliated ministry that provides summer and after-school programs to more than 700 children across Tennessee, will expand to the Raleigh/Frayser community this summer, where it will serve approximately 70 children at Scenic Hills United Methodist Church (UMC).    Project Transformation launched its Memphis program in 2016, first operating sites at Centenary and Longstreet UMCs. Since that time, a local Advisory Council of church and ...

Purchase tickets now for June 3 LAITY DINNER during 2018 Memphis Annual Conference

published 3/28/2018
"God is Doing a New Thing" will be the title of the presentation by speaker Amanda Crice at the laity dinner during the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference in Paducah, Kentucky.  The dinner will take place Sunday, June 3, at 5 p.m. in Igert Hall at Broadway United Methodist Church, located at 701 Broadway in Paducah. Rev. Crice is the Memphis Conference youth coordinator and serves as director and campus minister of the Wesley campus ministry at University of Tennessee in Martin, Tennessee. ...

Refreshments will be available during 2018 Memphis Annual Conference, June 3-5 in Paducah, KY

published 3/27/2018
Refreshments during the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference (June 3-5 in Paducah, Kentucky) will be provided by Martin Methodist College, the Memphis Conference Youth Council and Purchase District youth. Free Doughnuts & Coffee Compliments of Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee Monday and Tuesday, June 4-5, 7:30 to 11 a.m. (while supplies last) Location: Refreshment Counter in Carson Center Lobby (to the left as you enter front doors) Snacks  Provided by Conference Youth Council and ...

Churches that offer 'electronic giving' see increase in giving

published 3/23/2018
For many church members, the only check they write now is one to the church — unless their church is offering electronic giving. Churches that are open to and supportive of electronic giving are seeing an increase in the consistency of people's giving. As this tool of generosity grows in popularity, there are more and more options from which to choose. Below is a link to a webinar (recorded in 2017) that explores options and highlights considerations for deciding on a...

Seeking amazing UMC heroes!

published 3/23/2018
United Methodist Communications, the communications agency of The United Methodist Church, is looking for #amazingUMCheroes!  To nominate a United Methodist with a remarkable story -- someone who is doing extraordinary things as a difference maker in the community or through courageous or selfless acts -- send a few sentences to presscenter@umcom.org.

Presentation about 'Grandparents Raising Grandkids' was part of 'Safe Baby Court' meeting on March 16 at Lambuth Memorial UMC in Jackson

published 3/21/2018
Lambuth Memorial United Methodist Church (LMUMC) in Jackson, Tennessee, hosted a meeting on March 16 to facilitate the initiation of a Safe Baby Court in Madison County and hear a presentation about a support group called “Grandparents Raising Grandkids.”   Rev. Dr. Gary Morse and Terry Canaday Freeman made the presentation about the support group for which they both serve as leaders. Morse is LMUMC's pastor and Freeman is a member of the church.   Morse and his wife, Donna, obtained legal ...

May 4 is deadline to submit resolutions and petitions for 2018 Memphis Annual Conference

published 3/20/2018
May 4 is the deadline to submit resolutions and petitions for the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference, according to an announcement from David R. Reed, Memphis Conference lay leader.   Items should be emailed (with "resolutions and petitions" in the subject line) to Robbin McCoy at rmccoy@memphis-umc.org or mailed to her at Memphis Conference UMC, 24 Corporate Blvd., Jackson, TN 38305.   The 2018 Memphis Annual Conference will take place June 3-5 at the Carson Center in Paducah, Kentucky.   Any ...

Find-A-Church is online tool churches should monitor, keep accurate for church seekers

published 3/16/2018
Find-A-Church helps churches connect with busy people in their communities on their terms, on their time and in their comfort zone – and it’s all online. It also serves as a companion to a church’s existing online presence (website and social media). But the information is only as good as it has been made current and accurate. There are two Find-A-Church databases that churches in the Memphis Conference should check for presence and accuracy, so individuals seeking a church home might locate...

Clergy women's lunch set for noon Monday, June 4, during 2018 Memphis Annual Conference

published 3/14/2018
A Memphis Conference Clergy Women’s Luncheon will take place on Monday, June 4, during the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference in Paducah, KY. The luncheon will be at noon at Broadway United Methodist Church, located at 701 Broadway. All clergy women, local pastors, deacons and those to be ordained or on the journey are invited. Speaker will be Jesse Douglas of the KEYSII Program at the church.   Cost is $5. Register by emailing loragowan@gmail.com by May 28.  For more information about this ...

Congo Women Arise: Memphis Conference joins with two other United Methodist conferences to support East Congo women's center

published 3/13/2018
The Memphis Conference, along with the Tennessee and California-Pacific Conferences of The United Methodist Church, are partnering with the East Congo Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church for Congo Women Arise – an initiative to address the needs of rape survivors in a location often called the “rape capital of the world.” Congo Women Arise will be the recipient of the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference offering, according to an announcement by Nashville Episcopal Area Bishop Bill ...

Memphis Conference Office in Jackson will be closed Good Friday, March 30

published 3/12/2018
The Memphis Conference Office of the United Methodist Church in Jackson, Tennessee, will be CLOSED on Good Friday, March 30. The office that serves United Methodist churches in West Tennessee and Western Kentucky is located at 24 Corporate Blvd. in Jackson, Tennessee. Treasurer's Office: 731-664-5540 Connectional Ministries Office: 731-664-8480

Project 20/20 will be at April 24 'Frog Jump Fish Fry' to receive glasses and distribute donation boxes

published 3/12/2018
Phillip Cox, a volunteer with Project 20/20, will have a display at the "Frog Jump Fish Fry" at Archers Chapel United Methodist Church in Frog Jump, Tennessee, on Tuesday, April 24, to receive donations of eyeglasses and sunglasses, as well as distribute donation boxes. Project 20/20 is a Memphis Conference lay-driven ministry that operates a glasses recycling center at Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. Project 20/20 supplies cleaned, refurbished and repaired eyeglasses ...

Dresses for little girls are headed to Nicaragua, thanks to two churches in Tennessee River District

published 3/9/2018
Dresses for little girls are headed to Nicaragua in Central America, thanks to two churches in the Tennessee River District. Three members of Montezuma United Methodist Church in Henderson, Tennessee -- Jane Barker, Marcie Moore and Linda Skinner -- meet weekly to design and create the dresses that feature reversible coordinating fabrics. A mission team from Northside United Methodist Church in Jackson, Tennessee, will deliver the dresses in July.  

Children's consignment sale: March 23-24 at Germantown United Methodist Church

published 3/7/2018
Germantown United Methodist Church will hold its community-wide spring/summer Children's Consignment Sale Friday and Saturday, March 23-24. The public sale kicks off at 8 am on Friday, March 23, and goes until 3 pm. Many items will be marked half price Friday evening from 5 to 7 pm. The half price sale continues on Saturday from 7 am to noon. The Children's Consignment Sale is a 29-year tradition of the church's Germantown United Methodist Women (GUMW). Items for sale include children's ...

Six churches received website development grants

published 3/7/2018
Six churches in the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church received website development grants in 2017 from United Methodist Communications. Recipients included:  Bartlett UMC (counseling center), Bartlett, TN Collierville UMC, Collierville, TN Lambuth Memorial UMC, Jackson, TN Mason’s Chapel UMC, Hazel, KY Reidland UMC, Paducah, KY St. Luke’s UMC, Memphis, TN To learn more about the grants and how to apply, CLICK HERE or contact Pam Buck at 615-742-5766 or pbuck@umcom.org.  

Lay servants, speakers, ministers will have lunch, commissioning during Memphis Annual Conference

published 3/2/2018
A lay servant lunch will take place during the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference at Broadway United Methodist Church in Paducah, Kentucky. The event for active and prospective Memphis Conference lay servants, lay speakers and lay ministers is set for the lunch break on Tuesday, June 5, in Igert Hall at the church, located at 701 Broadway. The cost is $5 per person for a sack lunch (pay at the door), but a reservation is required. CLICK HERE TO MAKE ONLINE RESERVATION BY MAY 31.  The lay servant...

On April 1, UM Development Fund will raise interest rate paid on participation accounts to 1.5 percent

published 3/2/2018
Effective April 1, the United Methodist Development Fund will raise the interest rate paid on participation accounts to 1.5 percent, according to an announcement from Sara Finger, administrator for the United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences. “A participation account is a deposit account, kind of like a savings account and is open to any resident/entity in Tennessee or Kentucky,” explained Finger. “Churches and/or individuals can have one or multiple accounts as ...

Ross United Methodist Church hosts sixth annual Charles Connell Scholarship Banquet on Feb. 24

published 3/2/2018
John Emison, mayor of Alamo, Tennessee, was the keynote speaker for the Charles Connell Scholarship Banquet on Feb. 24 at Ross United Methodist Church in Dyersburg, Tennessee. "Sowing Seeds" was the theme for the sixth annual event. The banquet celebrates a scholarship fund by the United Methodist Men  of Ross UMC that is named after the late Charles Connell of Tigrett, Tennessee, and supports students from Alamo, Dyersburg and Tigrett, Tennessee. Students currently receiving support from ...

May 1 is deadline to apply for Walter Russell Lambuth undergraduate & graduate scholarships

published 2/26/2018
May 1 is the deadline to apply for the Walter Russell Lambuth (1854-1921) undergraduate and graduate scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year, according to an announcement from the Memphis Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. Up to $5,500 will be awarded for the 2018-19 academic year to one or more qualified applicants, said Dr. Joe Geary, director of Connectional Ministries for the Memphis Conference. Recipients will be determined by the executive committee of the ...

Six Dyer County United Methodist churches will join together for three Lenten services in March

published 2/26/2018
Submitted by Dr. Phillip Cook The six United Methodist churches of the Dyer County, Tennessee, Parish will join together for three Lenten worship services leading up to Easter Sunday, April 1. Each service will have as its theme, "The Cross." Neighboring churches and the community are invited. The Finley-Fowlkes Charge will host a service at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 11, at Finley United Methodist Church with Tyler Neeley preaching and fellowship time to follow.  The Sorrell’s Chapel-Palestine...

April 15 is deadline to apply for $2,000 music scholarship offered by Lone Oak UMC in Paducah

published 2/22/2018
April 15 is the deadline to apply for a $2,000 Anita Padgett Memorial Music Scholarship offered by Lone Oak UMC in Paducah, Ky. Qualifications are: Member of any Methodist Church, including but not limited to UMC, CME, AME Rising sophomore or above, including graduate school Enrolled full time at a four-year college with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Demonstrated financial need Preference given to major or minor in music, music education or music-related field, or music ministry For information or ...

Ross United Methodist Church hosted senior brunch

published 2/22/2018
Ross United Methodist Church hosted a senior brunch on Feb. 13 at the church in Dyersburg, Tennessee. Dyersburg Mayor Bill Revell spoke to attendees and Sara Hayes gave a pottery presentation. A women's study group at the church provided the food and all attendees received Valentine gifts and played games.

Clergy debt grants available to provisional members of Memphis and Tennessee Conferences

published 2/16/2018
Clergy debt grants are now being offered by the United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, according to an announcement by Sara Finger, assistant to the president of the Foundation. The $1,000 grants are "to help alleviate educational debt" of provisional members of the two conferences, said Finger. For more information, contact Dr. Philip Jamieson, president of the Foundation, at 615-259-2008 or phil.jamieson@umfmtc.org. 

May 3 is deadline for nominations for 'Denman Evangelism Awards' to be presented in June

published 2/14/2018
  By Rev. Will Clark Memphis Conference Chairperson for Evangelism Pastor, Liberty UMC and Post Oak UMC, Camden TN   The Memphis Conference is now accepting nominations for the Harry Denman Evangelism Award for clergy, lay, and youth. These awards honor United Methodists whose exceptional ministry of evangelism – expressed in Word (what), Sign (why) and Deed (how) – brings people into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.   Each year each United Methodist conference joins The ...

Emmanuel UMC in Memphis: Church's kindergarten earns prestigious accreditation AND 'After Care' will be offered, beginning in fall

published 2/9/2018
Emmanuel United Methodist Church (UMC) in Memphis, Tennessee, announced this week that its kindergarten program has earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and it is adding “After Care” to its kindergarten and preschool program for the 2018-19 school year.   NAEYC ACCREDITATION   According to a media release from the church, less than 10 percent of all child care centers, preschools, and kindergartens nationally achieve NAEYC accreditation....

Project Transformation expands summer internship positions in Memphis; March 1 is deadline to apply

published 2/8/2018
Project Transformation Tennessee (PT) seeks young adults eager to make an impact through leadership and service to apply for their summer internship. Interns lead a summer day camp for children and youth, live in intentional community with other interns, learn from Christ-inspired church and community leaders, explore faith in action, and represent Project Transformation in the community. With a new, third site projected for summer 2018 at Scenic Hills United Methodist Church in the ...

As part of older adult ministry, Alamo's Lighthouse United Methodist Church hosted community brunch

published 2/7/2018
Lighthouse United Methodist Church (UMC) in Alamo, Tennessee, hosted a senior brunch for the community on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at the church, located at 1382 West Church Street. Alamo Mayor John Emison brought an update on the city and words of encouragement. Teresa Pool, activities coordinator with the Crockett County Office on Aging, gave an overview of services and programs. The United Methodist Women (UMW) of Lighthouse UMC provided lunch and Valentine's Day gifts to all who attended. The ...

Beyond the Rivers: Resources from Bishop McAlilly's recent meetings in Memphis Conference districts

published 2/6/2018
Click Here for resources from Jan. 29-Feb. 1 meetings by Bishop Bill McAlilly in all four districts of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Memphis and Tennessee Conferences make up the Nashville Episcopal Area.

Walmart Foundation awards $30,000 grant to Memphis Conference's 'Reelfoot Rural Ministries'

published 2/5/2018
Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM) in Obion, Tennessee, was the recipient in 2017 of a $30,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation's State Giving Program, according to Rev. Robert Craig, RRM's executive director. Craig said the funds are being used for RRM's grocery assistance program for families in Northwest Tennessee and Southwest Kentucky and its Backpack Buddies program serving students in the Lake County School System,   “RRM’s grocery assistance ministry remains a vital resource to more than...

Seeking: Delegates & others at 'uniting' General Conference of The United Methodist Church in 1968

published 2/2/2018
The United Methodist News Service would like to speak to people with a sense of history who were at the uniting General Conference of The United Methodist Church in 1968.  2018 is the 50th anniversary of The United Methodist Church. The denomination formed on April 23,1968, in Dallas, Texas, by the union of The Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The United Methodist Church developed from the British Methodist revival movement led by John Wesley that was taken to the ...

March 15 is deadline for college students to apply for summer 'Christ Academy Residency Program'

published 1/31/2018
Christ United Methodist Church (UMC) in Memphis, Tennessee, is accepting applications from college students for its 10-week Christ Academy Residency Program. The program brings academics and the church together by combining classroom experience with a ministry internship. Students will intern with a ministry area of Christ UMC, applying what they learn in real time. The Residency Program begins Wednesday, May 30, and ends Sunday, July 29. Areas of service include: Children’s Ministry, Communi...

Three former inmates join Lighthouse UMC in Alamo

published 1/31/2018
Three men, all formerly incarcerated, joined Lighthouse United Methodist Church on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 2017, according to Rev. James Luvene, pastor of the Alamo, Tennessee, congregation. Lighthouse, Luvene explained, came to know the men as it partners with Wade Harvest Ministries of Alamo to provide housing, personal items and job location assistance for individuals as they transition from incarceration. “The men worship at Lighthouse, have two weekly Bible studies at the church and ...

Feb. 15 is early online deadline to request display/exhibit space at 2018 Memphis Annual Conference

published 1/29/2018
As space remains available, April 30 is final deadline to request display space. Feb. 15 is the deadline to submit the online “Early Registration Display Request Form” for display space at the 2018 Memphis Annual Conference, June 3-5 at the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center in Paducah, KY.   The Early Registration opportunity is being offered because organizers anticipate a greater demand for tables in 2018 and space is limited at the Carson Center. Requests will be considered on a ...

Nine nationalities represented at 'English As Second Language' event at Northside UMC in Jackson, TN

published 1/27/2018
Nine nationalities were represented at a Jan. 8 fellowship meal of the Monday evening "English as a Second Language" (ESL) class of Northside United Methodist Church in Jackson, Tennessee. Students from the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Venezuela, the United States and Yemen were in attendance, according to Yakko Matamoros, the church's pastoral care assistant. "We come together from different countries, but we are all one body in Christ," said Matamoros. ...

March 7 is deadline for United Methodist students to apply for 2018 fall scholarships

published 1/24/2018
United Methodist students are invited to apply for 2018 fall scholarships from United Methodist General Board of Higher Education & Ministry (GBHEM) until March 7. Here is the application link with application criteria: www.gbhem.org/scholarshipapplication By applying, United Methodist students can be considered for a scholarship and a Conference Merit Award with one application, according to Tamara Phillips, loans & scholarships associate specialist with the Office of Loans and Scholarships ...

Purchase District responds today after mass shooting at Marshall County High School

published 1/23/2018
PRAYERS are being lifted for so many affected by this morning's MASS SHOOTING at Marshall County High School in Benton, KY. The school is located in the Purchase District of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Purchase District includes eight counties in western Kentucky. STATEMENT FROM DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Rev. Dr. Rob Martin, superintendent of the Purchase District, offered these words today: Pastors in the Purchase District and specifically the Marshall County ...

Collierville UMC receives 'Churches Reaching Neighbors' grant for 'Collierville Connected' ministry

published 1/18/2018
By Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications, Memphis Conference Collierville United Methodist Church (UMC) is one of seven churches in the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church to receive a Churches Reaching Neighbors grant in the program’s second round of grants in late 2017. The church received $1,000 in late November for the ongoing work of its Collierville Connected ministry, a partnership with seven other Collierville churches of different denominations. The Churches ...

March 1 is deadline to apply for 2018 summer internships with Project Transformation

published 1/18/2018
Project Transformation Tennessee seeks young adults eager to make an impact through leadership and service to apply for their summer internship. Interns lead a summer day camp for children and youth, live in intentional community with other interns, learn from Christ-inspired church and community leaders, explore faith in action, and represent Project Transformation in the community. Competitive applicants will be dynamic young people who desire to serve God and neighbor, believe in life ...

Seven churches receive grants in second round of 'Churches Reaching Neighbors' program

published 1/18/2018
By Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications Seven Memphis Conference churches have been awarded grants totaling $11,100 in the second round of awards from the Memphis Conference Churches Reaching Neighbors (CRN) grant program. The CRN grant program was announced in 2016 by Bishop Bill McAlilly to align with the 2016 Memphis Annual Conference theme: Offering Christ: One Neighborhood at a Time. The annual conference offering that year was designated for the CRN grant program. Grant ...

Muka’s inspiring story ties together a jewelry ministry at Mullins UMC in Memphis with education in Africa

published 1/16/2018
CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE PHOTOS. Story and photos by Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications, Memphis Conference Some in the church knew her well; others not as well or at all. But by the end of the evening on Jan. 3, all those gathered at Mullins United Methodist Church (UMC) in Memphis, Tennessee, grasped and appreciated Muka’s inspiring life journey. Mukanyanga (Muka) Muzyamba Kambol presented the Wednesday evening program, "From Muka's Eyes," talking about and sharing photos of a ...

Hannah's Hope invites churches, Sunday School classes and UMW Circles to join its 'Circle of Hope'

published 1/13/2018
By Rev. Trina Morrison, Executive Director, Hannah's Hope Hannah’s Hope is an extension ministry of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church, serving new mothers and families seeking adoption. Scared, expectant mothers come to us when they feel that they have no other place to turn, and we are blessed to be able to welcome them with open arms and support them through counseling, rides to medical appointments, groceries, maternity clothes and other unmet needs. We also prepare a ...

$45 super early bird rate available through Jan. 25 for youth groups to attend Tennessee Conference's WARMTH IN WINTER, Feb. 9-11 in Nashville

published 1/6/2018
The Next Gen Discipleship Ministry of the Tennessee Conference of The United Methodist Church is inviting the Memphis Conference to Warmth in Winter 2018, its annual youth event set for Feb. 9-11 at  Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. According to Julie Meyer with Warmth in Winter, a $45.00 super early bird rate is now available to all Memphis Conference youth groups and is good until Jan. 25. To get this rate, go to the registration page by clicking here. Create an...

Time to order 2018 'Scout Sunday' patches

published 1/4/2018
The 2018 'Scout Sunday' patch is now available for purchase by Memphis Conference scouts and scouting supporters. Memphis Conference United Methodist churches typically recognize Scout Sunday in February or March.   The cost is $5 per patch, plus flat shipping rate per order. Proceeds from patch sales go to purchase Bibles for scouts hiking high adventure trails at Philmont, Northern Tier and Sea Base scouting operations. To place an order, CLICK HERE MORE INFORMATION: Teresa ...

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