RUM-NC joined forces with Fairmont United Methodist Church and the Methodist Federation for Social Action North Carolina Conference to offer an activity for God's children of all ages to leave their colorful mark (hand-print) at the Out! Raleigh 2019 street festival on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, May 4th, 2019.
Regional Coordinator Helen Ryde held a day-long briefing session on
How to Become a Reconciling Congregation on Saturday, April 27th at St. Francis UMC in Charlotte.
Join Progressive Christians for a night of inspiring music, encouraging community, and a stirring message from John Pavlovitz. The event will be held at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church on Thursday, April 11 at 7 - 9 pm. The event is free and open to the public, but we expect a big crowd. Parking is limited.
John Pavlovitz is an American Christian pastor and author, known for his social and political writings from a liberal Christian perspective. He has a blog, has published two books, and is active on Twitter. He is supportive of the LGLBT community and has frequently challenged the Fundamentalists. If you want to be challenged to move from always being on the defensive about LGBT issues, come see him in person to be inspired.
Bishop Hope Morgan-Ward greeted the people attending the rally by acknowledging that people had been hurt by the church's positions on LGBT issues.
At North Carolina Annual Conference Headquarters on Thursday, March 28th at 7 pm.
NC Conference of The United Methodist Church · 700 Waterfield Ridge Place · Garner, NC 27529