On Freedom Sunday, churches all around the world come together as a united, hope-filled, justice-driven community seeking to end human trafficking. We start with prayer, lament, learning, dialogue, and worship to inform and catalyze our response to this global tragedy.
Freedom Sunday is more than a day. It’s more than a worship service. Freedom Sunday is a movement of hope.
The Justice Network of the Free Methodist Church seeks to extol and deepen the Free Methodist Church’s historic commitment to oppose oppression and restore God’s wholeness to those who have been disenfranchised both in society and within the church. If you are interested in attending the Justice Network Summit on September 9-11, 2021, please go to:
To learn more about the Justice Network Summit please check out this video:
New Room Conference is an annual gathering of Christians in the Wesleyan tradition that aims for a Holy Spirit awakening in our day and is an initiative of Seedbed.
New Room has just opened up more tickets for purchase. Go to https://my.seedbed.com/product/2021-new-room-conference-ticket/ to purchase yours today. Free Methodists attending New Room are invited to be the guests of our Bishops at a luncheon from noon to 2 PM on Friday, September 24 at the close of the main event. Please contact Deb Somerville at email@example.com for more information.
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We are pleased that we will be able to have our Gateway Christmas Luncheon for Gateway Ministers and Board and Committee Members. Invitations will be mailed in early November.
Safe Worship course
(church safety and security program)
(continental breakfast at 7:30am)
(sponsored by Gateway Conference and Greenville FMC)
The class will be led by: Ed Sanow, IDES Director of Training, 30-year law enforcement veteran, ALERRT-certified in Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events.
Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy is made up of a group of likeminded denominations who ordain women and promote a biblically-based theology and practice of women in ministry. WHWC’s biennial conference, called E2022, is being held March 10-12, 2022 in Grapevine, Texas. Women who are elders, CMC’s, leading laypersons, students or others exploring a call to ministry or seeking to understand our position on the role of women in the church are encouraged to attend. Men are also welcome—whether husbands, colleagues, superintendents or others looking for an uplifting event featuring excellent women preachers, workshops and fellowship.
“WELL2022” is a Free Methodist women-only event on the day before the conference at the same location. This all-expenses-paid event begins at 1 PM on March 9 and ends at noon on March 10. Women will spend time getting to know other Free Methodist women in ministry and celebrating what God is doing in our denomination—for instance, we now have 571 ordained women, two female superintendents, a female bishop and hundreds of women serving in denominational or conference leadership positions. At this pre-conference event, we will also have time to explore concerns that can be heard together and communicated to denominational leaders to address our acknowledged “room for improvement” reality.
To register ONLY for the WHWC conference “E2022”, use this form: http://www.womenclergyconference.com/
If you have already registered for E2022, you can still add on WELL to your registration. Don't use the links above, just email or call Callie Darling, our event services manager firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 972 724 5184. If you have any questions, please email Soo Ji Alvarez at email@example.com.
Also, if you are a pastor’s husband or a man in leadership who plans to attend WHWC and would be interested in a gathering of FM men during WELL, contact Soo Ji Alvarez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information as it becomes available.