April 4, 2018 | The United Methodist Church

Memphis Conference Communications |

April 4, 2018, marks 50 years since assassination

of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Memphis, TN  

Cathedral to City Hall: Saturday, April 7, in Memphis | DETAILS 

United Methodist Day at the National Civil Rights Museum: Sunday, April 8, 1 to 5 p.m. in Memphis. $2 discount on tickets with code UMC | DETAILS

United Methodists on 50 years without King
United Methodist leaders who walked with Rev. King talk about where they were when he died and the impact his life has left on the world. 

June 3-5 | Paducah, Kentucky | Lots more info at

Denman Award Nominations  |  DETAILS   | May 3 is deadline to nominate.

Resolutions & Petitions |  DETAILS  |  May 4 is deadline to submit.

Invest in Young People

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: Benton First United Methodist Church in Benton, KY, reaches out | DETAILS

Attention youth groups! Sign up to help with refreshment sales at 2018 Memphis Annual Conference | DETAILS

Engage the Mission Field

Project Transformation Partner Meeting: April 19 at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Memphis | DETAILS

2018 Lenten Hunger Offering: April 30 is deadline to remit funds to Memphis Conference Treasurer's Office | DETAILS
Create Transforming Lay & Clergy Leaders

Cynthia Bond Hopson: Speaker for Sistahs of Yada, Tuesday, April 10, Holladay United Methodist Church, Holladay, TN | DETAILS

Travis Cottrell: Speaker for Yada Sisterhood, Thursday, April 19, Northside United Methodist Church, Jackson, TN | DETAILS

Grow Fruitful & Faithful Churches

What message do giving statements send? Impersonal bill OR expression of gratitude? | DETAILS

Want to see increase in giving? Consider electronic giving | DETAILS

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