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.
Consultation on Theological Education
Taking the Pulse of Seminaries: GBHEM Consultation on Theological Education
If conversations shape organizations, what are the key conversations that we should be engaging in now? What are the most important questions that will shape the next evolution of theological education and formation?
2015 APAMEI Conference to be held in Incheon, Korea
The Asia-Pacific Association of Methodist-related Educational Institutions (APAMEI) will hold an international conference February 1–4, 2015, in Incheon, Korea. This organization, formed in 2012, promotes collaborative and cooperative institutional networking among United Methodist-related schools, colleges, universities and theological schools in the Asia-Pacific region.
Sol Africa: a platform for cultural, spiritual and intellectual exchange
At the closing worship service of this year’s Sol Africa project, the Rev. Adriano Quelende reminded the eight United Methodist pastors from Angola and Mozambique that the people of Africa expect a lot from them. On November 28, these eight pastors join the ranks of 24 other pastors from the four Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) central conferences in Africa who have been trained over the past nine years at Methodist University in São Paulo,...
Chaplain looks back on 50 years of service to church
Looking back over his ministry, the Rev. Tom Carter says his years in Vietnam as a military chaplain were the most exciting because “God placed me where I needed to serve.”
Women of Color Scholars celebrate 25 years
Sixty-five gathered in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the United Methodist Women of Color Scholars scholarship and mentoring program, the only denominationally sponsored program of its kind, November 21, 2014, in San Diego, California.
National Cathedral to Celebrate Eucharist Sharing Agreement Between Episcopal and United Methodist Churches
Taking the Pulse of Seminaries: GBHEM Consultation on Theological Education
2015 APAMEI Conference to be held in Incheon, Korea
Sol Africa: a platform for cultural, spiritual and intellectual exchange
Chaplain looks back on 50 years of service to church
Women of Color Scholars celebrate 25 years
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