Capleville United Methodist Church shares ways to 'engage' local schools through literacy initiatives

published 3/19/2019
By Rev. Autura Eason-Williams Pastor, Capleville United Methodist Church, Memphis, TN In 2015, the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences passed a resolution that requires all United Methodist Churches to partner with schools to improve literacy, especially in the early grades. There are lots of ways to engage local schools, but for those churches looking for ideas or that may not know where to start, Capleville United Methodist Church (UMC) started by building a relationship. We became a school ...

'Mission Focus Day' celebrated by 'United Methodist Women' of St. Paul United Methodist Church

published 3/18/2019
By Janice McCallen, St. Paul United Methodist Church   Threat of rain, floods, wind or tornadoes could not prevent the St. Paul United Methodist Church women from participating in our 11th annual Mission Focus Day on Saturday, Feb. 23.   United Methodist Women (UMW) members and friends gathered on this rainy day to “be the hands and feet of Christ” by participating in a variety of mission and outreach projects:  18 pillows were made for Golden Cross and the prison ministry 7 prayer shawls were...

Delegates to 2020 General Conference will be elected by delegates to 2019 Memphis Annual Conference; nominations deadline is April 30

published 3/12/2019
By Dr. David B. Russell, Secretary, Memphis Conference The various annual conferences of The United Methodist Church are the legislative bodies of the church.When your local Charge Conference elects delegates to Annual Conference, you are sending your representative to speak and act on your behalf with regard to issues that face our Memphis Conference.These lay delegates, alongside the clergy delegates, make decisions about programs, priorities and budgets.   One of those ...

'United Methodist Rural Advocates' issues statement about 2019 General Conference that ended Feb. 26

published 3/7/2019
The below statement was issued March 6 by United Methodist Rural Advocates. Many United Methodist churches in the Memphis Conference (West Tennessee and Western Kentucky) of The United Methodist Church are in rural locations. Your United Methodist Rural Advocates are glad that we were able to come together with other United Methodist brothers and sisters in St. Louis to find a way forward in a divisive time in the history of the Wesleyan tradition. We write to reaffirm our commitment to ...

Music Fest Nets $4,100 for Reelfoot Rural Ministries

published 3/7/2019
More than 66 voices from around the Purchase District of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church helped raise $4,100 for Reelfoot Rural Ministries when they formed a mass choir at the 12th annual Music Fest benefit on Sunday, March 3. The event took place at Concord United Methodist Church, in Paducah, Kentucky. The mass choir performed two choral pieces and each church choir performed one selection of their own choosing. Two praise bands and one concert band also participated. ...

Here's how Memphis Conference churches can help survivors of flooding in Nashville Episcopal Area

published 3/5/2019
~Compiled by Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications Due to recent heavy rain and widespread flooding in Tennessee, the Disaster Response Ministry of the Nashville Episcopal Area (Memphis and Tennessee Conferences) is calling on churches across the Area to assist affected communities as able. Click HERE to see drone footage of flooding. Rev. Robert Craig, who coordinates the Disaster Response Ministry for the Nashville Episcopal Area (Memphis and Tennessee Conferences), has been in ...

Delegates & alternates from Memphis Conference gather for photo during 2019 General Conference

published 2/26/2019
The Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church has FOUR VOTES at the 2019 General Conference Special Session going on now (Feb. 23-26) in St. Louis, Missouri, but the full delegation includes alternates. Delegates and alternates in attendance in St. Louis got together for a photo (right) Monday evening, Feb. 25. The Memphis Conference sent the same delegates to the 2019 General Conference Special Session that it elected in 2015 for the 2016 General Conference in Portland, Oregon.  ...

United Methodists meet in St. Louis for worldwide conference; live video streaming is available

published 2/21/2019
CLICK HERE FOR ASSORTED HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR THE MEMPHIS CONFERENCE Delegates and observers from around the world will gather in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Dome at America’s Center, Feb. 24-26, 2019, for the Special Session of the United Methodist General Conference. The General Conference is the only body that speaks officially for the 12.6 million-member church. The event will be available via live video streaming at The day preceding the start of General Conference, Feb. ...

5 from Memphis Conference are volunteer marshals & pages at 2019 General Conference in St. Louis

published 2/20/2019
Five individuals from the Memphis Conference are among approximately 150 volunteers serving as marshals and pages during the 2019 Special Session of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church, Feb. 23-26 in St. Louis, Missouri. After applying online last year and being selected, the group from the Memphis Conference includes (alphabetical order): Rev. David Atkinson (clergy) of Collierville UMC in Collierville, TN: LEADER OF MARSHALS & PAGES (1 of 5 leaders) Peggy Beasley (lay) of ...

Clergy participants needed for research project

published 2/20/2019
By Rev. Pamela L. Pirtle Director of Leadership and Accountability General Commission on the Status and Role of Women The United Methodist General Commission on the Status and Role of Women is partnering with a team from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana on the Flourishing in Ministry Project which seeks to understand how clergy experience ministry. We are looking for clergy to participate in this research project: full-time clergy women in their first appointment; clergy ...

Rev. Dr. Cynthia Davis named superintendent of Mississippi River District, beginning March 1

published 2/14/2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia Davis will become superintendent of the Mississippi River District in the Memphis Conference, beginning March 1, according to an announcement today by Bishop William T. (Bill) McAlilly of the Nashville Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church (UMC). Davis follows Rev. Kevin Conrad who will become senior pastor of Cookeville First UMC in Cookeville, Tennessee, in the Tennessee Conference, beginning March 1. The Mississippi River District includes eight counties in ...

New Bethel United Methodist Church in Bethel Springs receives Renfro Trust Fund grant

published 2/8/2019
New Bethel United Methodist Church in Bethel Springs, Tennessee, in the Memphis Conference’s Tennessee River District is the recipient of a grant from the Renfro Trust Fund. The check presentation took place at the church on Jan. 20. Bricks-and-mortar Renfro Trust Fund grants are administered through the Southeastern Jurisdiction (SEJ) of The United Methodist Church and are awarded annually from interest accumulated in the fund.   The grants are for small membership, rural churches. ...

Ross UMC begins weekly 'prayer & healing' service

published 2/8/2019
Sunday Night Live! Is the name of a new community prayer and healing service that began Jan. 20 at Ross United Methodist Church in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The service takes place Sundays at 5 p.m. and is organized in partnership with a community ministry for women called Transitions of Dyer County. Transitions seeks to transform the lives of women with life controlling issues. Click here to read more about Transitions. Women from Transitions lead the service, according to Rev. James Luvene, ...

The local pastor in The United Methodist Church

published 2/6/2019

‘Excellence in Clergy Leadership' SCHOLARSHIP open to full time, MDIV students at UM seminaries

published 1/30/2019
Basic Information (click and scroll down) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Application Information  

Project 20/20 will be at April 16 'Frog Jump Fish Fry' to receive glasses and distribute donation boxes

published 1/30/2019
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 16, 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 ...

‘Be merciful just as your father is merciful’ is scriptural theme for 2019 Lenten Hunger Offering

published 1/28/2019
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS ALL 2019 CAMPAIGN MATERIALS   By Lane Gardner Camp, Memphis Conference Director of Communications Mercy is the single word theme for the Memphis Conference’s 2019 Lenten Hunger Offering campaign that will run from Ash Wednesday, March 6, to Easter Sunday, April 21.    Established in 1983, the offering once known as the Lenten World Hunger Offering was shortened to Lenten Hunger Offering (LHO) in 2016 to help stress local hunger needs alongside world hunger issues. 2019 ...

Wesley Chapel UMC in Jackson took Christmas celebration to health care center residents

published 1/28/2019
Members of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church in Jackson, TN, shared Christmas cheer with 53 residents of Laurelwood Health Care Center in East Jackson a few days before Christmas 2018. According to member Helen Bond, the celebration included carols, games, door prizes and prayer. 

Feb. 3-6 'Wonder, Love, Praise' retreat designed for clergy leaders to renew, restore & revive

published 1/24/2019
1/29/19 UPDATE: This event is canceled and will be rescheduled. Submitted by Board of Ordained Ministry, Memphis Conference, The United Methodist Church Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center, Memphis Conference Board of Ordained Ministry and worship leaders throughout the Memphis Conference have joined together to offer an alternative to continuing education events which only feature talking heads, rushed schedules and endless note-taking. Take part in a worshiping community for three days ...

Former interim bishop of Memphis Conference, Ben R. Chamness, died Dec. 22 in Huntsville, Texas

published 1/2/2019

Three churches in Mississippi River District came together to serve on Christmas Day

published 1/2/2019
Three churches in the Mississippi River District came together on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, to serve others. Beneficiaries included first responders, Wade Harvest Ministries ( a ministry to previously incarcerated men) and Crockett County residents. The churches were Lighthouse United Methodist Church in Alamo, Tennessee; Hughlett United Methodist Church in Tigrett, Tennessee; and Trimble United Methodist Church in Trimble, Tennessee. The churches provided 3 families with toys and clothes. ...

Memphis Conference clergy attend M-LAB, an 'innovation collaborative' for United Methodists

published 12/12/2018
  By Sybil Davidson, North Georgia Conference, The United Methodist Church   Clergy from across several annual conferences learned a new way of thinking and deepening connections, thanks to a three-day immersive event called M-LAB earlier this year.   Clergy attendees from the Memphis Conference included  Kyle Bomar, John "Buck" Carroll, Will Clark, Tom Fuerst, Justin Ramer, Morgan Stafford, Nancy Johnston Varden and Amanda Hartmann Westmoreland, according to information provided by the ...

Lambuth Memorial UMC is partnering with local school system to host 'Family Resource Fridays'

published 12/11/2018
Lambuth Memorial United Methodist Church (LMUMC) in Jackson, Tennessee, is partnering with the Jackson / Madison County School System to host three Community Connection Expo / Family Resource Friday events in 2019 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The dates are Jan. 18, Feb. 15 and March 15. The church is located at 160 Campbell Street. The church is working to bring services to homeless children and families in need in the community in one location, explained LUMUC's pastor, Rev. Gary Morse. The ...

Online trainings help foster faith in young adults

published 12/11/2018
Foster a sense of purpose and call in your young people with the $45 online class “Culture of the Call: Congregational Life.”  Every person is called to serve God in their own unique way. Any layperson or clergyperson may enroll in this $45 online class and learn practical ideas for creating a call-friendly culture in a church. Learn what other churches are doing. Share your own experiences. Make connections with area camps and campus ministries. Or, be a mentor to young people and learn how...

April 3 is deadline to submit resolutions & petitions for 2019 Memphis Annual Conference

published 12/10/2018
April 3, 2019, is the deadline to submit resolutions and petitions for the 2019 Memphis Annual Conference, according to an announcement this month from Rev. Tim Atkins, chair of the Memphis Annual Conference Committee on Resolutions and Petitions. Submissions may be written in English or Spanish.   Submissions should be emailed (with "resolutions and petitions" in the subject line) to Robbin McCoy at or mailed to her at Memphis Conference United Methodist Church, 24 ...

Library & resources of late Rev. Paul Lynn donated to 'Local Pastor Academy' attendees & others

published 12/10/2018
Rev. Paul Lynn had registered for the 2018-19 Academy of Coaching and Leadership for Local Pastors just before his unexpected death on Sept. 5, 2018. Lynn was a retired local pastor serving Crump and Shiloh United Methodist Churches in the Tennessee River District. On Saturday, Dec. 8, Lynn’s complete preaching library and resources were offered by his widow Grace to others new to ministry and attending the December session of the Academy.. Calling the library “one of the finest preaching ...

Thanksgiving gathering at Covington First UMC nets $667 for United Methodist Committee on Relief

published 12/3/2018
By Rev. Dan Camp, Covington First United Methodist Church, Covington, TN The Covington First United Methodist Church family celebrated Thanksgiving in what has become a new tradition. For the second year, the entire congregation gathered to share a traditional Thanksgiving meal and spend time cultivating relationships with one another, while also raising $667.70 for United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR).   Recognizing that that many in our community are not able to spend the holiday ...

Read Craig's recent account of delivering disaster relief supplies on behalf of the Memphis Conference

published 11/27/2018
Ever wonder how disaster relief supplies donated in the Memphis Conference make their way to help survivors? Every disaster and the resulting need is different. Distribution of donated supplies also depends on supplies on hand at UMCOR depots and warehouses. UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) is the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church that operates under the auspices of the General Board of Global Ministries. Rev. Robert Craig, executive director ...

9 families receive Thanksgiving food assistance from Mt. Nebo UMC, thanks to Lenten Hunger Offering

published 11/26/2018
2018 Lenten Hunger Offering (LHO) monies are already at work. Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church in Decatur County, received a grant from the Tennessee River District, which received funds from the offering, along with the Memphis Conference’s other three districts. The church used the funds it received to provide Thanksgiving food assistance to area families. Church member Ann Kolaski reported that food was bought for nine families made up of 1 to 6 people per family or 29 people in all. ...

Registration open for 2019 Confirmation Retreats

published 11/26/2018
By Rev. Gary D. Lawson, Jr., Executive Director  Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center, Eva, TN Confirmation Retreats at Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center in Eva, Tennessee, are a blessing to many young participants seeking to be prepared to give themselves to Christ Jesus. We like to think of these retreats as an important active learning experience and a time-saving resource for already over-worked pastors. The experience of this important spiritual transition in young lives is often more ...

Three churches together honor individuals and institutions for being 'beacons of hope'

published 11/26/2018
Hughlett United Methodist Church in Tigrett, TN, Lighthouse United Methodist Church in Alamo, TN, and Ross United Methodist Church in Dyersburg, TN, together hosted their Seventh Annual Honors and Awards Program and reception on Sunday Nov. 18, at Hughlett UMC. Individuals representing educational institutions, non-profits, financial institutions, the medical profession, armed services, and Greek organizations made up this year’s honorees, according to Rev. James Luvene, who pastors the three ...

Time to order 2019 'Scout Sunday' patches

published 11/26/2018
The 2019 'Scout Sunday' patch is now available for purchase by Memphis Conference scouts and scouting supporters. This includes Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Memphis Conference United Methodist churches typically recognize Scout Sunday in February (second Sunday) or March (Girl Scouts).   Proceeds from patch sales go to purchase Bibles for scouts hiking high adventure trails at Philmont, Northern Tier and Sea Base scouting operations and support local service projects. The patch ...

United Methodist Neighborhood Centers served lunch to more than 50 families on Thanksgiving Eve

published 11/26/2018
By Rev. Mark Matheny, Board President, United Methodist Neighborhood Centers of Memphis Thanks to the dedicated United Methodist Women's team called Key Women, United Methodist Neighborhood Centers (UMNC) of Memphis was able to perform a major 2018 Thanksgiving hunger ministry. Utilizing our partnerships with churches and missions, well over 1,000 persons received food baskets or Wednesday lunch or $25 gift cards allowing choice of groceries by each family.         Our generous Key Women made...

Worship bulletins at Ellendale UMC now feature art created by congregation's children and youth

published 11/26/2018
By Rev. Jeff Rudy, Ellendale United Methodist Church, Memphis TN “How can we allow the children to share their gifts more than just one day a year?” This is a question Nilse Gilliam, children’s minister, brought to leaders of Ellendale United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee.   For the last two years, Ellendale’s children have led in various parts of worship on a Sunday called “Children’s Sabbath.” Children and youth regularly serve as acolytes, but on this special Sunday, it is truly a ...

Team of 12 college students and 5 adult leaders are headed to Mexico on mission trip after Christmas

published 11/13/2018
Pray for the team. Click here for DAILY PRAYER CALENDAR. By Lane Gardner of Camp, Memphis Conference Director of Communications Brooke Cagle hopes to be used as a “willing vessel for God’s love” as part of a mission team. The 21-year old senior at Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee, is one of 12 college students from throughout the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church traveling to Allende, Coahuila, Mexico, Dec. 27- Jan. 4, on a Volunteers in Mission (VIM) trip. Five ...

Encourage young adults you know to apply for Global Mission Fellows Program; deadline is Jan. 7

published 11/6/2018
By Erica Kay Oliveira Mission Advocate, Young Adult Mission Service - Missionary Service The application for the United Methodist Global Mission Fellows Program opened on Sept. 15. We have over 340 applications in progress or submitted from young adults (ages 20-30) across the world that are ready to answer God’s call to Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with God.   But only 17 of the applications received so far are from the United States.   Please identify at least one young adult in ...

Jerry Flippin of Milan First UMC receives 'Order of St. Andrew' award from United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis & Tennessee Conferences

published 11/2/2018
Jerry Flippin, a member of Milan First United Methodist Church in Milan, Tennessee, received the "Order of St. Andrew" award during his church's worship service on Sunday, Oct. 28. Sponsored by the United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, the award was presented by Dr. Philip Jamieson, president of the Foundation. The Order honors clergy and laity who have greatly influenced the life of the church and blessed lives through their personal ministry, according to a ...

Memphis Conference YOUTH MINISTRY now being directed and coordinated by team of adult leaders

published 10/31/2018
Beginning this fall, youth ministry in the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church is operating under a new team-based model of leadership. Youth workers and leaders from across the Memphis Conference (West Tennessee and Western Kentucky) met in July with Bishop William T. (Bill) McAlilly to design and strategize a youth ministry structure that continues to produce “outreach, engagement and growth,” according to Rev. Amanda Hartmann Westmoreland, a member of the new team. CONFERENCE...

2018 Alternative Christmas Gift Catalog: Choose meaningful Christmas gifts that help change lives

published 10/30/2018
Offer Jesus Christ to a hurting world this Christmas by choosing one or more of the below gift-giving opportunities. Memphis Conference agencies and ministries were invited to submit 2018 gift-giving opportunities by Oct. 17 for this fourth annual Memphis Conference Alternative Christmas Gift Catalog. The Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church includes West Tennessee and Western Kentucky. Consider making Christmas gifts in honor or memory of friends and loved ones. Gifts support ...

Bishop McAlilly among United Methodist leaders at meetings in Johannesburg, South Africa

published 10/29/2018
Bishop William T. (Bill) McAlilly, episcopal leader of the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences, was among Methodist educational leaders and members of the African Association of Methodist Institutions of Higher Education (AAMIHE) and African Association of United Methodist Theological Institutions (AAUMTI) who gathered in Johannesburg, South Africa, last week for a joint conference. The leaders affirmed their commitment to “Church unity” and established the “Africa Senate,” the body that will ...

Memphis Conference responds with supplies to help survivors of Hurricanes Florence and Michael

published 10/29/2018
Disaster relief supplies from all four districts of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church made their way to Jackson, Tennessee, on Saturday, Oct. 27, to be consolidated and loaded for truck transport to areas affected by Hurricanes Florence and Michael. Elyse Bell, Memphis Conference director of missional engagement AND chair of the Memphis Conference Disaster Response Committee, reported ten volunteers from across the conference helped pack and load 548 cleaning kits and more ...

Arlington UMC's Boy Scout Troop 452 celebrated 20 years of many scouting accomplishments this month

published 10/25/2018
By Teresa Pinkston Rector Scouting Ministries Coordinator Arlington United Methodist Church   Boy Scouts of America was born Feb. 8, 1910. United Methodist Churches generally celebrate Scouting Ministries Sunday on the second Sunday in February to commemorate this date.    Scouting has prepared millions of youth nationwide for a lifetime of achievement, including notable Eagle Scouts Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon; Gerald Ford, first Eagle Scout to become U.S. president; Hank...

Jan. 15: Deadline for young adults to apply for 'Project Transformation' summer internships

published 10/25/2018
Project Transformation Tennessee (PT) seeks young adults eager to make an impact through leadership and service to apply for summer 2019 internships in Memphis, Tennessee. 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. Through leadership and ministry with three Memphis neighborhood churches (Centenary...

Nov. 30 is deadline for churches & districts to apply for $10,000 'Community Transformation Grant'

published 10/25/2018
The Turner Center at Martin Methodist College (MMC) in Pulaski, Tennessee, is seeking proposals from rural United Methodist churches and districts in the Memphis Conference for a one-time, $10,000 Community Transformation Grant. The application and list of eligible, rural congregations is available online at   Congregations in rural communities have the potential to lead meaningful transformation. By intentionally focusing on a community ...

Volunteers from Antioch UMC help harvest sweet potatoes for food pantries and feeding ministries

published 10/23/2018
  Youth and adult volunteers from Antioch United Methodist Church in Springville, Tennessee, partnered with the Society of St. Andrew in early October to glean sweet potatoes in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Participants report 8000 pounds of sweet potatoes were harvested for area food pantries and feeding ministries.  

Public invited to make appointment to see Jackson, TN, display of 20 musical instruments named in Bible

published 10/18/2018
Twenty musical instruments named in the Bible, along with The Isaiah “Dead Sea Scroll" Papyrus and a High Priest costume, may be viewed in a Biblical display opening Oct. 22 in Jackson, Tennessee. The purpose of the display is "to emphasize the importance of The Bible in today’s culture," according to Henry Harrison, display organizer and member of Jackson First United Methodist Church. Located at The International Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame (105 North Church St.) in downtown Jackson,  the ...

Memphis Conference offers ways to be in ministry to survivors of recent storms affecting Southeast U.S.

published 10/16/2018
Here’s how the Disaster Response Ministry of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church is organizing to help survivors of recent hurricanes (Florence and Michael). This is the United Methodist connection at work.  HOW TO HELP    >Continue to pray for survivors and responders (their safety and well-being) and all who have suffered loss and/or damage.    >Assemble relief kits and purchase other supplies (specifically listed below) to donate: Hygiene kits | DETAILS Cleaning kits | ...

$500 scholarship available for Aug. 2019 'Lake Institute on Faith & Giving' in Nashville, TN

published 10/12/2018
A $500 scholarship is being offered by the United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Annual Conferences to any clergy person in the Memphis or Tennessee Conferences of The United Methodist Church who registers and completes the Aug. 5-8, 2019 course: Lake Institute on Faith & Giving and Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising. The course will be hosted by Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee. For more information about the ...

Jackson First United Methodist Church wins 'Best Meal' award in RIFA's 'CanStruction' event

published 10/12/2018
By Robert Curlin, Jackson First United Methodist Church, Jackson, TN CanStruction, an annual fundraising event of Regional Inter-Faith Association (RIFA) in Jackson, Tennessee, was held Sept. 25-29 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, Tennessee. This unique event featured local teams building sculptures completely out of canned and packaged foods. It was a competition for prizes in various categories, including a People’s Choice Award.   The sculptures were assembled in the Civic ...

Reelfoot Rural Ministries now seeking toys, money, volunteers, prayer for Dec. 3-6 Christmas Toy Store

published 10/12/2018
DEADLINE for toy donations: Saturday, Dec. 1. Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM) in Obion, Tenn., is getting ready for its 2018 Christmas Toy Store and is now looking for prayer, as well as donations of toys, money and volunteer time. A ministry of the Memphis Conference of the United Methodist Church, RRM serves people in need within four counties: Lake, Obion and Dyer counties in Tennessee and Fulton County in Kentucky. CLICK HERE to read letter from Rev. Robert Craig, executive director of ...

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