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Krach to Serve as Associate Director of Leadership - Emerging Leaders

Krach to Serve as Associate Director of Leadership - Emerging Leaders

INDIANAPOLIS – The Rev. Dr. Aleze Fulbright, Director of Leadership Development, is pleased to announce that Emily Krach will serve as the new Associate Director of Leadership Development – Emerging Leaders for the Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church effective July 1, 2017. ...

A Way Forward Commission member to speak at Reconciling Ministries Network Dinner

A Way Forward Commission member to speak at Reconciling Ministries Network Dinner

Dave Nuckols, a lay person of Minnetonka, Minn. and member of the United Methodist Bishop’s Commission on A Way Forward, will be the keynote speaker at the Reconciling Ministries Network of Indiana Dinner during the Indiana Annual Conference Session, Friday, June 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the ...

Rev. Michelle Cobb and Ian Hall join vital conversation on the Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health

Rev. Michelle Cobb and Ian Hall join vital conversation on the Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health

Rev. Michelle Cobb, Conference Superintendent assigned the North Central District, and Ian Hall, Director of Administration and Financial Services, engaged in a critical conversation via Facebook Live about the importance of the Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health, its mission and ...

Bishop Trimble lays out ground work for Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health during Facebook Live Chat

Bishop Trimble lays out ground work for Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health during Facebook Live Chat

Bishop Trimble shared Tuesday morning, April 11, the intention and goals of the Indiana Miracle Offering for Global Health, why this cause should matter to the Indiana United Methodist community, and how we best move forward while ensuring that our contributions are fruitful, generous and ...

United Methodist Church Certifies First Lay Parish Nurse

United Methodist Church Certifies First Lay Parish Nurse

Originally shared by United Methodist Discipleship Ministries KINGSPORT, Tenn. April 4, 2017 /Discipleship Ministries/ – After nearly two decades serving as a church nurse in Holston Annual Conference congregations, Joy Eastridge heard God’s call to take the next step in her ministry and ...

Wagner to serve as Assistant to Director of Connectional Ministries

Wagner to serve as Assistant to Director of Connectional Ministries

Rev. Dr. Cindy Reynolds, Executive Assistant to the Bishop & Director of Connectional Ministries, has announced the Rev. Paul Wagner to serve as the Assistant to Director of Connectional Ministries effective July 1.  The newly developed role of Assistant to Director of Connectional ...

Meridian Street United Methodist Church: "Flight from Syria: Refugee Stories"

Meridian Street United Methodist Church:

Followers of Jesus have wrestled with the question, who is my neighbor?, since the time Jesus walked the Earth. Members of Meridian Street United Methodist Church are actively engaging in new ways to connect with their neighbors, locally and around the world. Meridian Street member, Sylvia...

Ferguson Pastor and Community Leader join Lenten Study conversation on race relations

Ferguson Pastor and Community Leader join Lenten Study conversation on race relations

For the third class of the Bishop's Lenten Study, Wednesday, March 15, Dr. F. Willis Johnson, Senior Minister of Wellspring Church and community leader in Ferguson, MO, will join the pivotal conversation regarding race relations in our society.  ​Dr. Johnson is well-known for his ...

Celebrity Chef and Food Network Star join line up for Methodist Health Foundation event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Carol Howard Rev Executive Director Methodist Health Foundation 317.962.2029 choward49@iuhealth.org     INDIANAPOLIS–March 7, 2017–Rev, a Methodist Health Foundation event, presented by Fifth Third Bank, is excited to announce that US Foods chef Penny Davidi and Food ...

Lenten Bible study invites uncomfortable conversations and breaking of barriers

Lenten Bible study invites uncomfortable conversations and breaking of barriers

The beginning of the Lenten season is traditionally marked by a dark cross made of ash placed on one’s forehead. Ash Wednesday is a time where we reflect on the mortality of our human bodies and embrace the uncomfortable as many of us enter into a season of “giving up” for 40 days. Though ...

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