By Fred Heggestad, Disaster Relief Coordinator for the Desert Southwest Conference Recently, a Disaster Relief Team from the Desert Southwest Conference traveled to serve in the remote area of Jayuya, Puerto Rico, a mountainous region in the center of the...
Join us for this beautiful experience. The labyrinth at San Martin is a sacred space in the center of a place of healing and hope. Come May 22, 9:30-11:00 a.m. to St. Rose Hospital, San Martin Campus, 8280 West Warm Springs Rd. San Martin is on West Warm Springs Rd. between Durango Dr. and Buffalo. The best parking for the Labyrinth is near the ER, and there will be signs or greeters from there.
United Methodist Women’s Mission u is fast approaching. The date and location for the North District Mission u is July 13-14, 2018, at Advent UMC, 3460 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89130-3126. The Studies are:
Over the past several years, Lay Servant Ministries (LSM) has undergone changes in its form, but not in its mission to equip laity for their role in ministry as disciples of Jesus Christ. North District Lay Servant Ministries Team takes its responsibility for bringing that opportunity to laity very seriously. How do we do that?
This ‘Pastor Team’ is set to travel on a red-eye flight to Puerto Rico on Monday, April 23 for a nine-day mission. Puerto Rico is looking for additional teams to serve throughout 2018. If anyone would like to join a future disaster relief team to Puerto Rico, contact your pastor or me, the Conference Disaster Relief Coordinator, Fred Heggestad.
Mission Leaders from First UMC Gilbert invite interested individuals to join in a post-Hurricane Harvey rebuild mission trip to the Rio Texas Conference May 1-6.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Volunteers can apply online to serve as marshals or pages during the special 2019 General Conference. The top legislative assembly of The United Methodist Church will meet Feb. 23-26 in St. Louis, Missouri. About 150 volunteers are needed. The deadline to apply is July 31.
This has truly been a year of challenge and blessing, and I am pleased to serve the Desert Southwest Conference in leading the North District in making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world through collegiate ministries at UNLV.
Proms, senior trips, graduations are the excitement of the season when loved ones and friends celebrate the milestone of graduation. This is also the time to lay the groundwork so that our youth maintain the connection to ministry.
In the spirit of radical hospitality and biblical obedience, we invite you to participate in this workshop to learn the basics of building an inclusive community and meet the leaders of the Reconciling movement in your district.
Suffering is something we do our best to avoid — not walk straight into. But in this Holy Week, our scripture passages and remembrances; our worship times and spiritual practices, take us into some rather uncomfortable places. Our culture and media have not quite figured out what to do with this week Christians call Holy. Most only dance around its edges of pageants and parties, but never mention the passion of it all.
Interested in learning about a new District-wide ministry serving youth and young adults who are exiting from the foster care system and in need of support? Please join us at University UMC on April 6 to learn about a program called Open Table that will allow United...
This is a reminder of the Lay Servant Academy coming up real soon at Journey UMC on April 7th and 14th, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on both days. The Basic Course and the Advanced Course “Discover Your Spiritual Gifts” will be offered. Registration deadline is March 31. Registration forms with more details and information are available in your church office.
For 70 years, The Advance has been a vital means through which United Methodists and their predecessors have shared the love of God throughout the world. Today, The Advance supports more than 300 missionaries and more than 600 projects.
2018 is our 60th anniversary here at Potosi Pines Camp and we have A LOT going on! Girl Teen Retreat, Women’s Retreat, Summer Camps and more – we hope you will plan to be a part of some or all of what we have to offer, including our anniversary celebration activities.
It has been a good year for the United Methodist Foundation of Southern Nevada! Our purpose is to help churches, their ministries, and church agencies in the North District through grants and loans.
When church members grow older and simple task create accident hazards, Desert Spring UMC initiates a senior ministry to care for its members and to help prevent those accidents.
This will be a time of hiking, reflection, and spiritual renewal. Take time to be one with nature as a part of your ‘Earth Day’ observance – spectacular scenery, mild climate, skilled facilitators, knowledge of natural wonders, change of perspective.
The Nevada Homeless Alliance Family Connect 2018 event is a little different from Project Homeless Connect. It is smaller, and more intimate and focuses on families and children. The amount of items we need to be successful is considerably less than Project Homeless Connect. At Family Connect, we are hoping to serve 500 families. With our housing providers, we are anticipating providing housing for up to 50 families THAT DAY.
Last year, Boulder City UMC sent a group of ten people to Baton Rouge, LA to participate in a rebuilding project that resulted from severe flooding in that area. That rebuild endeavor was a joint project of UMCOR and Habitat for Humanity. Like many churches in the Desert Southwest Conference, Boulder City UMC is campaigning within the church to continue supporting UMCOR by taking a special offering on March 11th.