Board of Church & Society

Upcoming Meeting Dates for 2021: 

 

May 1st, June 5th, July 10th, August 7th, September 11th, October 2nd, November 6th, December 4th. 

Meeting times 10:00-approximately 11:30 am. 

Until further notice, all meetings will be held virtually on Zoom ONLY for the safety of all. 

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Wesleyan Justice: Our Heritage, Our Future

Join us in this new initiative, bringing an understanding of a Wesleyan approach to social justice and the heritage of John Wesley to serve those furthest on the margins. We hope to meet with every congregation for an initial session to begin developing projects that blend both mission and justice. 

 

To schedule a trainer to meet with your congregation or leadership team, please e-mail program coordinator Erika Panzarino at churchandsociety@nyac-umc.org. 

 

The CBCS Conference Call in Number is:

641-715-3580  Passcode: 780843#

For more information contact:  churchandsociety@nyac-UMC.com

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Vision Statement

We see strong leaders who develop vital congregations that eagerly make new disciples, actively nurture existing disciples, and passionately advocate for the needs and concerns of all people. 

Mission Statement

We strive to share God's love by creating safe places where we are all accepted and welcomed, connecting the needs of people to the presence of God, and transforming the world through Christ. 

Core Values

The values that drive us are deep love for God and unconditional love for all people. We value collaboration and partnerships that demonstrate God's love to a world that divides and alienates. We value relationships that foster accountability, excellence, and an ability to engage in open, honest, and respectful conversations. We value the hope that we have in Christ that, when discovered, brings us a unity of purpose, a joy that enlivens our spirits, and a peace that surpasses all understanding. 

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