For many years, Caroline has been a friend and supporter of the Foundation, having served on the Board of Directors in an ex-officio capacity while on Conference staff.
In today’s world, financial accountability is probably more important than ever. People want to know their church is keeping track — and doing the best it can — with the gifts they’re giving.
Six months after a wall collapse left the sanctuary in ruins, the 100-year-old congregation finds itself in a most unlikely season of revival.
Foundation staff members share selections for a Christmas playlist.
In a part of the state struggling with opioids, a United Methodist pastor ministers to people recovering from addiction. His work as a licensed substance abuse counselor inspired him to take action.
The Foundation invited United Methodist friends, neighbors and colleagues to share reflections for a series we called 30 Days of Gratitude and Generosity.
Galveston Central UMC is proving that the Holy Spirit will guide the Church into vital, innovative ministry. When we do what love requires of us, we will consistently find Jesus is already there.
At its November meeting, the Foundation’s Board of Directors approved a budget that invests in new forms of ministry and helps others adapt and grow in 2024.
It is with great sadness that we share with you the passing of former Foundation board member Rob Byrd.
Join the Foundation on Saturday, Oct. 28 for a webinar led by guest speaker Sean Mitchell, founder of Generosity Development and co-author of Gracious Stewardship.
Haywood Street is a United Methodist church unlike any other. Operating as a mission congregation, the church brings together Asheville’s housed and unhoused to work and worship side-by-side.