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The Call

Vol. E18, Number 20

updated: October 8, 2018

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October 8, 2018

Churches ramp up to help Hurricane Michael regions, too

ALCOA, Tenn. (Oct. 11, 2018) -- United Methodists in Holston Conference are urged to continue assembling “cleaning kits” and “hygiene kits” to help survivors ...

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Churches ramp up to help Hurricane Michael regions, too

ALCOA, Tenn. (Oct. 11, 2018) -- United Methodists in Holston Conference are urged to continue assembling “cleaning kits” and “hygiene kits” to help survivors of this week's Hurricane Michael in Florida -- as well as residents recovering from last month's Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas. In addition, mission leaders are making plans to send a work team to North Carolina later this month. Plans for another team to depart for the Carolinas this week or next were suspended as Hurricane Michael developed strength and headed for the U.S. southeastern coastline, said Jim Fetzer, Holston disaster response coordinator. “Coastal river basins ... Read more

Job Opportunities

GARNER, N.C. -- North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church seeks a full-time Director of Disaster Ministries. See job description. Application period closes Oct. 18. 10.11.18 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- ... Read more

District Newsletters

Here are the most recent, available editions of district newsletters within the Holston Conference, along with other helpful links. Districts are listed from north to south. NEW RIVER DISTRICT February ... Read more

Hurricane Florence / Michael Response

One month after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas, Hurricane Michael slammed the Gulf Coast. Holston Conference is ready to help our coastal neighbors in the following ways: 1. Collect cleaning ... Read more

Heard in Holston: Hispanic church moves twice in Sevierville

Oct. 16, 2018 | Briefs from around the conference ALCOA, Tenn. (Oct. 16, 2018) -- It was time for something different. With all the news about hurricane response and the ... Read more

Church custodian gets spotlight on Hallmark Christmas show

SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 12, 2018) – In two months, United Methodists in Sevierville will get to see their church custodian and pastor on a Hallmark Channel Christmas show with Amy ... Read more

Oak Ridge team visits Sager Brown Depot

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (Sept. 28, 2018) – Sixteen members from First United Methodist Church of Oak Ridge visited UMCOR’s Sager Brown Depot Sept. 15-22. UMCOR stands for United Methodist Committee ... Read more

See our Oct. 12 email edition

Here are some of the links and stories in the October 12, 2018, email edition of The Call: > Church custodian gets spotlight on Hallmark Christmas show> Cokesbury, other Holstonians ... Read more