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Faces of Care

The use of face masks is one way that United Methodists can continue to show their care and concern for all of their neighbors as the nation and world continue to grapple with COVID-19. Thank you, Virginia Conference, for showing your ‘Faces of Care.’ Learn more from a two-part series in which Bishop Lewis talked with Dr. George Moxley, VCU Health, about the importance of wearing masks. View at: https://vimeo.com/444558012.

News from the conference, denomination

Bishop Lewis addresses AC 2020 technical issues. More… 

2020 Annual Conference Session Invalidated and Postponed. More…

In-Person Worship is Topic of Sept. 24 Virtual Town Hall. More…

Five positions available at Virginia United Methodist Center. More…

Important Resource for Churches, Pastors Here

A workgroup of church leaders, medical professionals, and legal professionals have prepared a comprehensive plan which includes: summary of the plan, handbook, visual presentation, and more for churches to plan on how to approach return to in-person worship. More…

HEALTH FORM ON EVC

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Annual Conference 2020

Information is now being shared about a virtual Annual Conference, September 19, 2020. More…

Coronavirus Resources

This page includes livestream churches, communication resources, giving & financial resources, webinars

Bishop's 2020 Bible Challenge

Bishop Lewis has been encouraging the clergy and laity of the Virginia Conference to read the Bible. Scripture and daily readings are available.

A Call to Racial Reconciliation and Justice

Bishop Sharma Lewis issued a call to action against systemic racism, May 29, 2020. Please visit this page for updates on prayers, op-eds, action items, blogs, and videos. More…

Virginia Conference Vision
To be disciples of Jesus Christ who are lifelong learners who influence others to serve.

Learners

The new screen reality has introduced church leaders to many new tools. Make worship more dynamic whether in-person or via a screen with fresh storytelling ideas. Add dimension with these tips from United Methodist Communications. Learn more…

Influencers

Children, youth and families are facing many challenges during this time of upheaval and distance from the physical church. Explore six practical suggestions for how your congregation can meet the material, spiritual and emotional needs of your community. More…

Servers

The United Methodist Church’s special giving structure ensures your generosity blesses as many people as possible in sustainable, strategic ways. Through the support of you, and your church, we fund hundreds of projects each year. While worship platforms have changed in light of the recent crisis, we still come together to do more. Membership in a United Methodist church connects you with the people of your local congregation and a global denomination of more than 12 million members across four continents. More…