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2022 Annual Conference Offering #Nurturing Together

The Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church is one of the largest annual conferences of The United Methodist Church. When we all come together around a purpose, we can significantly impact the world. The groups and ministries supported by the offering change each year, but the goal remains the same: to assist people and ministries, both domestic and international.

The goal of the offering for 2022 is $150,000. This year you are invited to the initiative to #nurture leadership worldwide!

The Virginia Conference will support Wesley Theological Seminary DMin in Military Chaplaincy scholarship program and Partnerships of Hope’s leadership programs in Brazil, Mozambique, Cambodia, Native Americans, and other countries through this offering. See below for more information.

The offering will be collected on June 17, 2022, during the Mission Service at 11 am.

Thank you for being part of the effort to #nurture together!


Give Online

Join us nurturing leadership for a worldwide impact, using the online giving feature. 

Mail your offering

Bring your offering to the Annual Conference Mission worship, on Friday, June 17, 2022, at 11 am. Or send your offering to P.O. Box 5605 Glen Allen, VA 23058 (Memo: AC 2022 Offering)

Domestic and Worldwide Impact

Join our effort to raise leaders who will have a significant impact in their communities and around the world! If every church and member in Virginia Conference joins this offering, we can easily exceed our goal!

#NurturingTogether Video

For more resources go to AC Mission resource page

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DMin Military Chaplaincy Scholarship

For more information about this program, click here

Wesley’s Doctor of Ministry program for chaplains was developed following the events of 9/11 as the seminary committed to serving U.S. military chaplains in new and deeper ways. 

This annual conference offering will directly support scholarships for the Military Chaplain Doctor of Ministry Program at Wesley Theological Seminary.  US Military Chaplains from all participating branches receive 100% tuition scholarships.  These Chaplains minister to and impact the lives of military members and their families all across the world.

*Program tuition for one chaplain costs $22,000, or $500,000 for one cohort of 24 chaplains.

Partnerships of Hope


Partnerships of Hope is the official mission of countries/ projects supported by the Virginia Annual Conference. Currently, Partnerships of Hope is serving the following countries; Brazil, Cambodia, Mozambique, and Native American Ministries. We are planning to add two more countries, Haiti and Vietnam, during the 2022 Annual Conference.


All Partnerships of Hope countries focus on leadership development.


Brazil Shade and Fresh Water – SFW provides care, protection, and life skills for at-risk ‘street children in Brazil.


Cambodia Street Children Ministry – SCM reaches out to families, who were displaced by the government. There are in an area where there is no school for children, no source of income, no clean drinking water, and no spiritual and mental support.


Vietnam – Leadership Development Young Methodist – POH is excited to recognize Vietnam as a potential partner. Through the partnership, we are hosting leadership development programs to empower the youth of the nation,.youth of the nation, who comprise 70% of the country’s population.


Mozambique Theological Education (T.E.E.) – A long-lasting partnership with the United Methodist in Mozambique to provide theological training to pastors and laity of the churches.

Native American Ministries – VAUMC focuses on gathering and empowering the native people in VA. Through the gathering, we foster reconciliation and reimagination of the role of Native people in this nation.



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