Fairmont United Methodist is pleased to present to “From Selma to Stonewall” Tuesday October 17th from 7 pm- 9 pm in the sanctuary. The film will run about an hour and then there will be an opportunity for question and answer with Reverend Gil Caldwell and Marilynn Bennett. There is no charge for this event, and it is open to the public.
We are witnessing a heightened awareness of racism in the recent years, especially with the rise of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. The nation is also witnessing a dramatic rise in bigotry against Muslims.
Methodist Federation for Social Action – North Carolina Conference Chapter (MFSA-NCC) organized a conference titled “Dare to Hear: An Honest Conversation about Race and the End to White Privilege” in order to confront the issues of racism and Islamophobia.
On Friday June 12th Methodist Federation for Social North Carolina Conference and Reconciling United Methodists and Friends North Carolina held their joint lunch during the meeting of the North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church at Front Street Brewery in Wilmington.
Jack Crum Conference on Prophetic Ministry-Love Your Neighbor took place at Epworth United Methodist Church in Durham NC on April 18, 2015. The purpose of this conference was to welcome our LGBTQ brothers and sisters into the full life and ministry of The United Methodist Church.