UMC E-Readers, CCTE Grants
Central conference theological education grants total $1 million in 2015
Seventy-three grants totaling $1 million were awarded for theological education in 22 countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe. The money will be used for training local pastors, development of faculty, provision of e-readers, curriculum development, development of libraries, and more.
Ethnic In-Service Training Grant Application Opens
EIST grant applications will close on July 31. EIST funds are designated for the recruitment, training, and retention of ethnic United Methodists in leadership positions in every level of the church and its ministry. Grants range between $5,000 and $10,000.
Cross-cultural healing through education, historic leadership gathering in Korea
Over 150 participants from 20 countries convened for an international conference February 1–4, 2015, in Incheon, Korea, of the Asia-Pacific Association of Methodist-related Educational Institutions (APAMEI). This organization, formed in 2012, promotes collaborative and cooperative institutional networking among UM-related schools, colleges, universities and theological schools in the Asia-Pacific region.
UM-related educators uniquely hopeful in challenging times
Partnerships between United Methodist related schools, colleges, universities and theological schools will further the denomination’s mission work, educators and general agency staff agreed during discussions at a meeting of the National Association of Schools and Colleges of The United Methodist Church (NASCUMC) in Washington, D.C.
Colonel Gerald “Scott” Henry, Jr., the Rev. Dr. Matthew Charlton and Sheila Bates
GBHEM announces key leadership positions in UMEA, Collegiate Ministry
Upon recommendation by the search teams and confirmation by Bishop Virginia Taylor, Holston Annual Conference, and Bishop Bill McAlilly, Tennessee Annual Conference, GBHEM announces the appointment of Colonel Gerald “Scott” Henry, Jr., in the United Methodist Endorsing Agency and the Rev. Dr. Matthew Charlton and the Rev. Sheila Bates in the Collegiate Ministry office.
Gina Campbell, Kim Cape
National Cathedral to Celebrate Eucharist Sharing Agreement Between Episcopal and United Methodist Churches
To commemorate the recent Interim Eucharist Sharing agreement between the Episcopal Church and The United Methodist Church, Washington National Cathedral will be hosting a special celebration, inviting Rev. Canon Gina Campbell to preside over the service of the Holy Eucharist on Sunday, January 25 at 11:15 a.m. EST. The service will also include a sermon by guest preacher the Rev. Dr. Kim Cape, General Secretary of GBHEM.
Central conference theological education grants total $1 million in 2015
Ethnic In-Service Training Grant Application Opens
Cross-cultural healing through education, historic leadership gathering in Korea
UM-related educators uniquely hopeful in challenging times
GBHEM announces key leadership positions in UMEA, Collegiate Ministry
National Cathedral to Celebrate Eucharist Sharing Agreement Between Episcopal and United Methodist Churches
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