Bishop Malone Invites You to be “All In"

“As we begin this new journey of ministry together I come to you hopeful,” said Bishop Tracy S. Malone.  “I have been praying to God on all of our behalf, praying and asking God to pour out a fresh anointing of God’s spirit upon every pastor, every member, every congregation, every office, every committee, and every ministry here in the East Ohio Conference because I know that through Christ all things are possible.”

The bishop offered those words during her message at the four services designed by the conference Episcopacy Committee and the Cabinet to introduce the bishop and her family to East Ohio.

Click on the video above to watch the message in its entirety.

Photos of each welcome service may be viewed here. 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

ALL EVENTS: View the EOC Calendar
SUBMIT: Submit an Event to the Calendar

Give a Gift to Help Others this Advent

Give a Gift

Black Friday and Cyber Monday ads have dominated the airwaves the past several weeks.  But Christmas is not about the best deals.  No, Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. 

Jesus’ ministry changed lives, and, as his disciples, we are called to do the same thing.  This Christmas take a moment to support the ministries of the East Ohio Conference by clicking on the Christmas wish lists below.  Then prayerfully consider helping a child, a family, or a community this Christmas.

Epworth Center
Flat Rock Homes
OhioGuidestone
Open M
Urban Mission of Steubenville
West Side Community House

Four Areas of Focus of The United Methodist Church


ENGAGING IN MINISTRY WITH THE POOR – Jesus calls us to be in ministry with the poor and the marginalized. United Methodists believe working side-by-side with those striving to improve their situation is more effective long-term than top-down charity.  Learn more.


IMPROVING GLOBAL HEALTH – Knowing that poverty and health are intertwined, The United Methodist Church has become a key player in fighting diseases and promoting initiatives that improve the well-being of individuals and communities.  Learn more.


DEVELOPING PRINCIPLED CHRISTIAN LEADERS – The church needs leaders rooted in Jesus Christ who have a vision for changing the world.  We must reach, and nurture, today’s young people to shape the church’s path into the future. Learn more.


CREATING NEW AND RENEWED CONGREGATIONS – United Methodists are reimagining what it means to be the church, planting new congregations, and revitalizing faith communities. By being relevant and vital, we will draw more people to Christ.  Learn more.

to life-giving ministries of The United Methodist Church.

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