The Week in Review is a weekly publication designed to highlight current events/programs around the New York Annual Conference and beyond. Timely, brief references will be provided to show how Methodism is living out the Vision Statement of the NYAC.
Through the Grace of God
Two of the three horses at Epworth have a new home. Still in need of a home is Touch, a 12-year-old registered Tennessee Walking Horse. Touch is a great horse, but he was trained using abusive tactics and has ring bone, a bone growth that limits the amount he can be ridden. Click>> to learn more about Touch.
Embodies a Beloved Community of Hope
The New York Annual Conference of the UMC has almost 1000 likes on Facebook. Who will be the 1000th? Click now>>
Building Up a Healthy Body of Christ
The pastor of Northport's St. Paul’s UMC plans to walk 2184 miles on her renewal leave. Interested in walking in Pastor Kristina Hansen’s shoes? Click>> and scroll to page 8 of The Vision to learn about Pastor Hansen’s “thru hike”.
Heart-warmed United Methodists in Mission
Chuck knows lots about a candle whose name rhymes with Eddie Haskell. Click>> to learn more.
For the Transformation of the World
Pastor Roslyn Lee of Dix Hills UMC, shares her story of being called into ministry in the UM News Service Women’s History Month series. “I was told that ministry was for the ordained and ordination was for men. Then I was told I could not be a pastor’s wife, as I did not have the personality of a pastor’s wife.” Learn more>> about Roslyn’s story.