Church and Community Ministries, a missionary program through The United Methodist Church, is seeking both applications and project sites. Church and Community Workers respond to God’s call to uplift the disenfranchised and poor in rural and urban areas in the United States. CCWs facilitate communication and collaboration to equip churches to recognize and respond to needs in their community.
They serve as a bridge between these two groups, working to change the social inequities of poverty, racial injustice, and resource restriction. CCWs might work with community health, children and youth, community development, migration, or other areas. Church and Community Workers are supported by a four-way partnership between Global Ministries, the Project Site, the Annual Conference, and the CCW. Currently, two open CCW positions are seeking applicants, one with a cooperative ministry in South Carolina, and the other at a community center in West Virginia.
For more information, visit click here, email CCM [at] umcmission.org, or contact Rev. Sonia Brum, Manager of U.S. Missionaries, at sbrum [at] umcmission.org.