Check out info and resources for churches to observe 'National Recovery Month' in September

published 8/11/2017
September is National Recovery Month. Churches might participate by:  asking someone in addiction recovery to speak during worship planning an event for the community to learn more To help persons on on the path to recovery from addiction: Share recovery stories and learn from others. Find out about and post recovery events in your community. Watch the Road to Recovery television series. Download web banners and flyers to promote Recovery Month. Spread the word on Twitter, Facebook, and other...

Sept. 11: Deadline for churches to apply for grants in 2nd round of 'Churches Reaching Neighbors' awards

published 8/11/2017
Memphis Conference churches are invited to apply for “Churches Reaching Neighbors” funds in a second round of grants. Sept. 11 is the deadline to apply. Grants will be announced and awarded this fall to “local churches that are attempting ministry outside of their buildings in the community” to “build relationships with people” that lead to “faith in Jesus,” according to the program guidelines. The number and amounts of grants awarded will be determined by the number and quality of grant ...

2018 'charge conference' forms for 2017 church 'charge conference' season are now available

published 8/10/2017
2018 CHARGE CONFERENCE FORMS for the 2017 charge conference season are now available for easy download. Each of the Memphis Conference's four districts has its own list of required forms. Churches are advised to contact their district office for its list of required forms. Below are links to forms. Clergy Budget Compensation Package Report  Lay Leadership Committee Report (charge) Lay Leadership Committee Report (church)   Online using Brick River (Preferred, and much easier to complete) ...

Former inmate Bessie 'Doll' Dodd is keynote speaker for ten-year anniversary celebration of prison congregation 'Grace Place United Methodist Church'

published 8/10/2017
CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE PHOTOS. Story and photos by Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications, Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church ________________________________________________________ Bessie “Doll” Dodd was released from prison on June 27, 2016. While she said she was “glad to get out of there” after 35 years of confinement, she added it was “the hardest thing to walk out of those gates and leave my church behind.” The church Dodd is referring to is Grace Place United ...

Community 'Children's Consignment Sale' set for Aug. 25-26 at Germantown United Methodist Church

published 8/8/2017
The United Methodist Women of Germantown United Methodist Church (GUMW)  in Germantown, Tennessee, will hold its community-wide Children's Consignment Sale Friday and Saturday, Aug. 25-26, at the church's Owings Life Enrichment Center (OLEC) gym. Many items will be marked half price on Friday evening and Saturday morning. The Children's Consignment Sale is a 28-year tradition of GUMW. It's an opportunity for residents to shop while also benefiting their community. Proceeds support local ...

Colonial Park UMC shows 'appreciation and love' for teachers at neighborhood school

published 8/7/2017
With the new school year starting, Colonial Park United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, recently showed its appreciation to teachers at its neighborhood school, Sea Isle Elementary. Members made financial contributions, prepared food, bought supplies and helped set up and serve a back-to-school teacher's breakfast (submitted photo at right), according to a report from the church.  

Heidi Geib joins Nashville Episcopal Area Office of Ministerial Concerns as assistant director

published 8/7/2017
Heidi S. Geib has been named assistant director of the Nashville Episcopal Area Office of Ministerial Concerns (OMC), according to an announcement from Rev. Tommy Ward, director of the OMC. The Boards of Ordained Ministry for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences are both served and supported by this joint office that has been in place since the 2015 Memphis Annual Conference when it was announced by the Memphis Conference Board of Ordained Ministry.   The OMC "guides the educational, ...

Attention clergy/spouses enrolled in HealthFlex! Here is important message from Treasurer's Office

published 8/3/2017
All Memphis Conference clergy and spouses enrolled in Healthflex must complete the HealthQuotient questions before Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, to receive a reduction in deductibles. | CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS Questions? Contact the Treasurer's Office  

'Flat Jesus' project encourages Heartsong children

published 8/2/2017
This summer, Heartsong United Methodist Church (UMC) in Cordova, Tennessee, has been encouraging children to take Jesus with them everywhere they go—literally. Dubbed the “Flat Jesus” project, children got to cut out, color and laminate a cartoon picture of Jesus. Over the summer, they took photos of “Flat Jesus” on vacations or doing fun activities and posted them to social media sites. Leading the children was Jenny Williams, the church's director of children’s ministry. Stephanie Behymer,...

Aug. 23 is deadline for high school students to apply for Memphis 'Conference Youth Council' (CYC)

published 8/1/2017
Click here for information about eligibility and how to apply.

Ripley First UMC hosts and participates in 'Eracism Think Tank' for its Lauderdale County community

published 7/31/2017
Ripley First United Methodist Church (UMC)in Ripley, Tennessee, hosted the first meeting of the “Eracism Think Tank” on June 6, an event joining community members dedicated to ending racism in Lauderdale County. Gathering at Ripley First UMC's Wesley House, 31 people participated, composing an interracial, inter-generational and interdenominational group including Adventist, Baptist, Catholic, Church of Christ, Episcopal and Methodist participants. Don and Charlotte Ammons, Mary Kathryn ...

'Boosterville' is program for churches to raise money

published 7/26/2017
  Boosterville is a program presented to local United Methodist Churches by the General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA) of The United Methodist Church in the July 25 issue of its electronic newsletter, The Ministry Minute. Boosterville helps local churches encourage its supporters -- or “boosters” -- to make purchases from participating Boosterville businesses -- restaurants, hair salons, pet groomers, bookstores, coffee shops and more -- who share back a ...

Earn online master’s degree/certification in Wesleyan youth ministry; fall courses start Aug. 14

published 7/24/2017
Earn a master’s degree or certification in Wesleyan youth ministry from Southwestern College. Learn practical, applicable theology from United Methodist scholars alongside other youth workers from around the country.  Courses will help youth ministers plan confirmation classes, youth lessons, and mission trips that are theologically sound while providing tools to counsel and lead youth. No travel is required for this degree. All of the master’s-level courses are online. Apply and start the ...

Heartsong United Methodist Church and Memphis Islamic Center celebrate at annual picnic

published 7/24/2017
Members of Heartsong United Methodist Church (UMC) in Cordova, Tennessee, celebrated with their neighbors at the Memphis Islamic Center for their annual spring picnic May 6. Over 700 people from the two congregations honored the retirement of former Heartsong pastor, Rev. Steve Stone. He officially retired at the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference. “It was an honor and a wonderful surprise,” Stone said. “But, I wasn’t surprised by the loving hospitality of my (Memphis Islamic Center) brothers and...

Lakeshore's 'Campamento Espiritu' (Camp Spirit) serves Hispanic children for seventh summer

published 7/24/2017
By Laura Butkovic, Dean, 2017 Campamento Espiritu  The building of relationships as Christ did when He was here on earth is exactly what happens when the head count is fourteen to a cabin and you are faced with the reality of talking to others without the comfort of home. Living the summer camp life at Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center in Eva, Tennessee, starts with devoted and compassionate leadership and spills into staff, resident counselors, volunteer counselors, and deans. This, in turn,...

United Methodist volunteers sought for criminal offender reintegration program in Memphis

published 7/24/2017
The Mark Luttrell Transition Center (MLTC) in Memphis, Tennessee, is looking for eager United Methodist volunteers to participate in its criminal offender reintegration program. James Armes, provisional elder in the Memphis Conference and volunteer coordinator and chaplain at MLTC, said many United Methodist churches donate to the center, but no United Methodists are consistently involved in this ministry opportunity. According to its website, MLTC provides up to 454 offenders with supportive...

Get to know your six university campus ministers; support & partner with them in ministry & service

published 7/21/2017
The Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church (west Tennessee and western Kentucky) has six university campus ministries, also known as Wesley Foundations. The ministers to these six campus ministers got together for a photo (right) at the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference in June. Contact them for ways your church or group might support and partner with their students in ministry and service. Pictured, from left, are: Rev. Jonathan Lewis - Wesley campus ministry - University of ...

1,375 is official estimate of number of pairs of glasses collected by Project 20/20 during 2017 Memphis Annual Conference in Collierville

published 7/19/2017
1,375 is the official estimate from Project 20/20 of the number of pairs of eyeglasses and sunglasses delivered by churches to the Project 20/20 table at the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference, June 4-6, in Collierville, Tennessee. Phillip Cox, a volunteer with Project 20/20, was set up in the exhibit and display area at Collierville United Methodist Church to receive the glasses that he asked delegates and others to transport from donation boxes at their churches and in their communities. ...

'Emergency Response Guide' reissued by 'Communications Team' for use by Memphis Conference churches, agencies, ministries

published 7/17/2017
The Memphis Conference Emergency Response Guide is now available with an August 2017 publication date.   This is the same document issued in August 2013, but it has been updated with a new cover and date and is being posted to the Memphis Conference website with password access.   Click HERE to access the Memphis Conference Emergency Response Guide. Any leader who has not received username and password should email request to   This document is for all pastors, churches,...

Deck & ramp work were completed at Reelfoot Rural Ministries by mission team from Lexington First UMC

published 7/17/2017
Lexington First United Methodist Church in Lexington, Tennessee, dispatched a mission team to work with the home rehabilitation program at Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM), July 6-8.   RRM is a multi-faceted social service agency of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church that serves Dyer, Lake and Obion Counites in northwest Tennessee and Fulton County in southwest Kentucky.   Bart Shaull, a member of the church, called the trip “successful” with participation by nine youth and ...

Golden Cross Senior Residents Fund helps three residents celebrate their 100th birthdays

published 7/17/2017
By Kristi Henson Owens Executive Director, Golden Cross Senior Residents Fund What a blessing to have experienced 100 years of life... to have seen so many things, walked so many miles, loved for so many years, smiled and laughed so much, held so many new lives in your arms and been able to share your experiences with so many. In 2017, Golden Cross Senior Residents Fund has sponsored three 100th birthday parties for senior residents living in Wesley Living communites. Ms. Gates, a resident at...

Mason UMC in Mason, TN, offered faith-based summer day camp to its neighborhood & community

published 7/17/2017
GLEAM is the theme for a faith-based summer day camp that took place July 10-27 at Mason United Methodist Church in Mason, Tennessee.   GLEAM stands for “Growing, Learning, Expressing All of Me.”   According to Dr. Mark Matheny, retired Memphis Conference clergy and representative of United Methodist Neighborhood Centers (UMNC) of Memphis, 15 students were enrolled with the support of 9 adult volunteers, directed by Sha’te Tolliver of Mason.   “This is the inaugural program of Mason Initiative ...

Mission team from Antioch UMC in Springville, TN, serves 'Reelfoot Rural Ministries' by building a ramp as part of agency's 'home rehabilitation program'

published 7/17/2017
Five teenage youth  and three adults from Antioch United Methodist Church in Springville, Tennessee, traveled to Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM) in Obion, Tennessee, this month for their first short-term Christian service mission trip.   RRM is a multi-faceted social service agency of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church that serves Dyer, Lake and Obion Counites in northwest Tennessee and Fulton County in southwest Kentucky.   Before their departure to work the week of July 10 ...

Five missional agencies issue statement-appeal for Memphis Conference to ‘multiply talents together’

published 7/14/2017
Representatives of the five missional agencies of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church came together this spring and summer in what they call “a spirit of unity” to “prayerfully work together” to meet the financial and other needs of their individual and collective ministries.   Together they are asking churches and individuals of the Memphis Conference not just for ongoing financial support, but also for prayers and committed volunteers for their many ministries across west ...

Chitwood asks Memphis Conference churches to hold July 12 'time of prayer for health care reform'

published 7/10/2017
Memphis Conference churches are being asked to hold “a time of prayer for health care reform” on Wednesday, July 12, by Rev. Larry Chitwood, pastor of Bolton and Macedonia United Methodist Churches in the Metro District and the Memphis Conference's Peace with Justice advocate.   “If your church has regular Wednesday services, would you please consider adding a time of prayer for this extremely important and urgent justice issue?” Chitwood asks.   For congregations that do not meet on Wednesday,...

New 'Continuing Formation' policy & manual for Memphis Conference clergy go into effect Jan. 1

published 7/10/2017
An updated "Continuing Formation" policy and manual created by the Continuing Formation Team of the Memphis Conference Board of Ministry will go into effect Jan. 1, 2018.   The policy and manual will direct clergy along a path of education and spiritual growth, according to Rev. Lora Jean Gowan, pastor of Broadway United Methodist Church in Paducah, Kentucky, who coordinated the project for the Board of Ministry of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church. The updated policy and ...

Three young adults among team of four from Memphis Conference headed to Central Africa

published 7/10/2017
A group of four people from the Memphis Conference are part of the 2017 Nashville Episcopal Area mission trip team to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa this month. They will be gone July 12-26. Rev. Randy Cooper of Martin First United Methodist Church (UMC) in Martin, Tennessee, leads the group that includes three young adults: Erin Marie Bell and Michaela Johnson, also of Martin First UMC and Shelby Johnston of the Wesley Foundation (campus ministry) at University of ...

Memphis Conference youth learn, worship, serve at events like June 3-4 'Youth Annual Gathering'

published 7/5/2017
By Hope Cody, Memphis Conference Youth Council   It is often said that the youth are the future of the church. As a young person, I have always resented this statement. We are not waiting for our time, we are acting now; therefore, we are not the future of the church, but the present. Youth are a vital part of congregations all across the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church, and though many of you heard about the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference in June in Collierville, Tennessee, ...

SLI: Here is info about Memphis Conference method for developing spiritual leaders & leading ministries

published 6/27/2017
By Lane Gardner Camp, Director of Communications SLI is a three-letter abbreviation that has been heard in the Memphis Conference now for about five years.The bishop and cabinet, districts, Connectional Ministries office, many churches and ministries have organized and positioned SLI groups and teams. And more are in the works. If you have not yet been a part of a SLI group or team or been introduced to its methods for developing spiritual leaders and leading ministries into new and fruitful ...

Churches asked to remit all 2017 'Lenten Hunger Offering' monies to Treasurer's Office by July 31

published 6/19/2017
The 2017 Lenten Hunger Offering (LHO) of the Memphis Conference wrapped up Easter Sunday, April 16, and so far $34,000 has been submitted to the Memphis Conference Treasurer’s Office. “I want to thank the churches for their hard work and dedication to the LHO this Lenten season. We are well on our way to the $50,000 goal,” reports Dr. Debra S. (Debi) Selby, who leads the campaign for the 2016-20 quadrennium as the Memphis Conference’s world hunger advocate. Selby encourages all churches that ...

Food trucks sought for Nov. 11 craft fair by United Methodist Women of Mullins UMC in Memphis

published 6/19/2017
The United Methodist Women (UMW) of Mullins United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, are soliciting food trucks for a crafts fair at the church that will take place Saturday, Nov. 11. "The crafts fair committee is looking for Methodist-owned/operated food trucks to set up at our fair. We are soliciting from our (Memphis Conference) Methodist membership first, before going to the general public for trucks," said a June 14 press release. The church is located at 4 N. Mendenhall. If ...

Temple United Methodist Church feeding body & spirit 'one neighborhood at a time' with grant money

published 6/19/2017
When Janet Cyganek, member of Temple United Methodist Church (UMC) in Millington, Tennessee, described the church’s Free Community Lunch ministry, she cited the Great Commission as inspiration.  “The Great Commission says, ‘Go,’” she said. “We wanted to provide a free community lunch that would provide food for those hungry in body and to be able to share with those hungry in spirit.” Temple UMC funds the lunch ministry thanks to a $2,100 grant received late last year as part of the Memphis ...

Trinity United Methodist Church preschool in Paducah gets 'nosy' about poverty for Red Nose Day

published 6/19/2017
When one group of preschoolers put on fake red noses, they decided they weren’t too young to make a difference.  The Pre-K class of KidsThrive Preschool at Trinity United Methodist Church (UMC) in Paducah, Kentucky, wore the noses as part of Red Nose Day, a campaign designed to raise awareness about children living in poverty.  Rhonda Ash, preschool director at Trinity UMC, said each semester, the preschool adopts a service project. She said students have previously provided buckets for flood...

Who said it? Here's a short QUOTES QUIZ from 2017 Memphis Annual Conference

published 6/19/2017
The 2017 Memphis Annual Conference ended Tuesday, June 6, after three days of worship, teaching sessions, business and celebrations of accomplishments.   If you were in attendance at Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee OR watched via live stream OR have since viewed archived video, see if you remember who made the following statements.   QUOTES – Who said it?  “To be a disciple is not just to be apprenticed to Jesus, but sent by Jesus.”  “Being sent by Jesus in ...

Disaster response team from Tennessee River District travels to Frayser to help with storm cleanup

published 6/14/2017
A disaster response team from the Tennessee River District of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church deployed June 14 to the Frayser, Tennessee, area of northern Shelby County to help with cleanup in the aftermath of a May 27 storm that adversely affected the greater Memphis,Tennessee, area. The Memphis Commercial Appeal reported that the storm “ripped trees from the ground with 80 mph winds” after it crossed the Mississippi River from Arkansas. Roads were blocked and electrical...

Wrap-up ... 'Sent to Serve: God and Neighbor' was theme of 2017 Memphis Annual Conference

published 6/13/2017
CLERGY APPOINTMENTS   |   PHOTO ALBUM  PHOTO BOOTH   |   VIDEO ARCHIVE  WORSHIP LITURGIES   |  QUOTES QUIZ 'SENT TO SERVE' RESOURCES (video and sermon starters) EVALUATION July 11 is deadline to submit. By Lane Gardner Camp, Memphis Conference Director of Communications “Sent to Serve: God and Neighbor” was the theme for the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church that took place Sunday through Tuesday, June 4-6, in Collierville, Tennessee, with Bishop William T. (Bill) ...

Lakeshore's summer camp season has begun; it's still possible to register for remaining camps

published 5/31/2017
Summer camp season at Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center in Eva, Tennessee, started May 29. Lakeshore is the camp and retreat ministry of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church. Lakeshore reports that it has more than 40 different camps this year. There is a Rec Camp and Board Game Camp for campers who enjoy games. For adventurous campers, there are Treehouse, Watersports, Aquatics and Hammock Camps. For artsy campers, there are camps that focus on faith through expression, arts ...

Dr. Ted Brown, recently-retired president of Martin Methodist College, died May 20; service was May 24

published 5/25/2017
A memorial service to honor the life of Dr. Ted Brown, recently-retired president of Martin Methodist College (MMC), was held Wednesday, May 24, at Pulaski First United Methodist Church in Pulaski, Tennessee, according to a media release from the college.   In front of a large crowd, speakers representing MMC and The United Methodist Church (UMC) reflected on Brown’s dedication to the college and the church, as well as his devoted friendship.   “In the words of John Wesley, ‘Do all the good you...

Rev. Deborah C. Suddarth was speaker for Martin Methodist College baccalaureate service on May 5

published 5/25/2017
Reverend Deborah C. Suddarth, executive pastor at Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee, was the honorary speaker at Martin Methodist College's 2017 commencement baccalaureate service. The event was held at Pulaski First United Methodist Church on Friday, May 5.  According to a media release from the college, Suddarth encouraged graduates with a message that compared graduation from college to a mountain-top experience. “From the top of your mountain, you can look ...

Photo backdrop available during 2017 Memphis Annual Conference - for selfies, group photos, more

published 5/20/2017
Delegates and attendees at the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference are invited to use a special photo backdrop that will be available throughout the June 4-6 event at Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee. The 10 ft. x 8 ft. backdrop features the annual conference logo and will be located in the church's narthex. The backdrop is a great place for selfies and for delegates from one church to get together and take a group picture, said Pam Jeffries, chair of the church’s ...

Watch live and join the conversation: 2017 Memphis Annual Conference, June 4-6

published 5/20/2017
LIVE STREAMING The 2017 Memphis Annual Conference is the fifth annual conference that non-attendees may watch live from their homes, churches and other locations. Annual Conference was first streamed live in 2013.   Plans are to stream live all sessions that take place June 4-6, 2017, from Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee, except the lay and clergy sessions on Sunday, June 2. The link for live streaming will be located and activated June 4-6:

'Center for Health Newsletter' is Wespath resource

published 5/11/2017
The Center for Health, a division of Wespath Benefits and Investments, launched a quarterly newsletter in 2016 as a means to support the United Methodist connection’s “path to well-being.” Current and past issues are archived on the Wespath website. Each issue discusses the "five dimensions of well-being" and has printable bulletins to share with congregations or other groups. Locate the latest issue or a back issue at    

Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tenn., announces writer/storyteller-in-residence

published 5/11/2017
Martin Methodist College (MMC) in Pulaski, Tennessee, has announced an addition to its staff this fall: Rev. Dr. Michael Williams as writer/storyteller-in-residence. “Michael Williams is a master storyteller, a scholar, and a person who is grounded in rural America,” said Chairman of the MMC Board of Trustees Byron Trauger. “We expect that combination to produce mighty works at Martin Methodist College.” Williams is retiring after 43 years of service as a member of the Tennessee Conference of...

'Emmanuel Feeds' event at Emmanuel UMC in Memphis produces 20,520 packaged meals

published 5/8/2017
More than 150 volunteers filled the gym at Emmanuel United Methodist Church (UMC) in Memphis, Tennessee, on Sunday, April 2, for the church's 5th Annual Emmanuel Feeds event, according to a May 8 media release from the church.  In less than two hours, over 20,520 packaged meals were prepared: 9,072 meals were donated to the Southern Eye Institute of Memphis for their eye clinic ministry in Sierra Leone; 432 meals were donated to a ministry in Haiti; and the balance, 11,016 meals, were donated ...

Cokesbury will have 'Ministry Resource Center' at 2017 Memphis Annual Conference

published 5/8/2017
Cokesbury's presence at the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference will be in the form of a Ministry Resource Center (MRC). Cokesbury is the retail and customer service arm of The United Methodist Publishing House. The MRC will be located in the gym at Collierville United Methodist Church where the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference is set for June 4-6. According to a May 3 media release from Cokesbury, the MRC “will offer personalized consultations with church leaders to match products with specific ...

Bishop McAlilly joins campus ministry students during service weekend at Reelfoot Rural Ministries

published 5/5/2017
Nashville Episcopal Area Bishop Bill McAlilly encouraged college students from four Memphis Conference campus ministries during a weekend of service at Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM) in Obion, Tennessee.  RRM is a multi-faceted social service agency of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church that serves Dyer, Lake and Obion Counites in northwest Tennessee and Fulton County in southwest Kentucky. Students from the campus ministries of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky;...

Donations sought for repairs at Reelfoot Rural Ministries; matching funds offered by anonymous donor for donations received in full by June 30

published 5/5/2017
“Strengthening Foundations - Empowering the Future” is the name of a fundraising initiative for construction repair now underway at Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM). RRM is a multi-faceted social service agency of the Memphis Conference of The United Methodist Church that serves Dyer, Lake and Obion Counites in northwest Tennessee and Fulton County in southwest Kentucky. In late January, RRM, began a “facelift” of its dormitory to get ready for mission teams arriving for its home ...

Four churches will host 'live webcast' of Bishop Bill McAlilly's Sunday night (June 4) 'Sent to Serve' message from 2017 Memphis Annual Conference

published 5/3/2017
When Memphis Conference Bishop Bill McAlilly delivers a “Sent to Serve” message on the first night of the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference in Collierville, Tennessee, the event will be simultaneously live-streamed -- including to four churches where persons not attending the annual conference may gather and watch together.   The event, presented as a LIVE WEBCAST, is set for 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, from Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee, host of the 2017 Memphis ...

Project 20/20 will be at Memphis Annual Conference to receive glasses and provide donation boxes

published 5/3/2017
If your church's Project 20/20 donation box(es) contain(s) any eyeglasses or sunglasses, Phillip Cox wants you or someone from your church to bring them to the 2017 Memphis Annual Conference, June 4-6 at Collierville United Methodist Church in Collierville, Tennessee. As a volunteer with Project 20/20, Cox will be set up in the exhibit and display area to receive donations of glasses. He will also have a supply of donation boxes for any churches that need them. Look for Project 20/20's  ...

'Rally for Reelfoot' raises $2,226, thanks to Western Obion County United Methodist Cooperative Parish

published 5/1/2017
An offering of $2,226 was received and presented to Reelfoot Rural Ministries (RRM) on behalf of the Western Obion County United Methodist Cooperative Parish after its “Rally for Reelfoot” on Sunday, April 30. The event took place at Cobbs Chapel United Methodist Church in Hornbeak, Tennessee, one of the churches that make up the parish. Other churches are Troy UMC, Obion Chapel UMC, Hornbeak UMC, Zion UMC, and Mt. Manuel UMC. The rally included congregational singing, special music and a ...

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