The NIC Communications team is committed to sharing the unique story of our Conference and the ministries that are transforming lives.  

Please contact Anne Marie Gerhardt, Dir. of Communications by email or phone 312-346-9766 x 766.  

MARKETING_TNThe United Methodist Communications (UMCOM) website has many tools and resources for local churches to build marketing, websites, social media and branding. Visit www.umcom.org for more information.  

UMCOM also offers assistance to local churches in setting up websites. A basic site can be set up for no charge, or more fully featured sites can be established for $5 to $19 per month. For more information, go to www.umcchurches.org.

 

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    Bishop names Annual Conference Shepherding Team Co-Chairs

    By Anne Marie Gerhardt Following the approval of the restructuring plan at the 2017 Annual Conference, the first steps are being made to organize and create an Annual Conference Shepherding Team (ACST). Bishop Sally Dyck named lay representative Liz Gracie and clergy representative Rev. Myron McCoy as co-chairs. The rest of the 20-member team is…

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    Help those impacted by Harvey

    Updated 9/8/17 Volunteers needed The Texas Annual Conference is ready to receive volunteer teams to assist with Hurricane Harvey relief.  The work consists mainly of cleaning out flooded homes and requires extensive physical labor.  We would prefer that at least one member of your team be ERT trained.  Teams should bring their own protective gear…

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    September is hunger action month

    By Susan Dal Porto In the midst of any community in the United States in 2017, hunger looms as a widespread but very often invisible problem. Data indicates that 1 in 5 children and 1 in 10 families are food insecure – wondering where their next meal might be coming from or having to choose…

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    Safe Gatherings training available online

    Summer is drawing to a close. Schools are back in session or soon will be. Fall programming is gearing up in our churches and we are looking forward to sharing the love of God and Jesus in many creative and exciting ways. The NIC is proud to partner with you in your ministry to provide…

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