You are invited to sign an inter-faith statement of solidarity and expression of condolences to the family of George Floyd.
COVID-19 has disrupted many aspects of our lives and impacted all of us. While the process of ministry is changing, the responsibility to help those in need has not. See the following reflections from pastors around the Texas Annual Conference.
Join SMU Perkins School of Theology for their United Methodist Studies series of webinars on the first Thursdays of each month, June - September. Their line-up covers four significant topics: Interfaith Conversations, Disability Theology and Ministry, United Methodist Studies, and Evangelism. The webinar series is held Thursdays at from 12:30-1:30, through the summer and into September. CEU credits are available upon request.
A video series featuring people across the Texas Annual Conference and their stories as they discuss their unique, personal calls to ministry and what being called to serve means to them. Visit: txcumc.org/calledtoserve
Everyone is looking at ministry in a different context and trying to find ways to maintain community. These resources can help.
Many Texas Annual Conference churches are worshiping online and offering sermons and resources as live streams or posting videos for on demand viewing. Check them out at: https://www.txcumc.org/sermons.
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Loving Houston Church/School Partnership Workshop and Leaders Gathering
Local Pastor Licensing School
Kompan Webinar: The Sacred Spark of Wonder: The Power of Outdoor Play
2020 Session of the Texas Annual Conference