Service is the best way to make the church feel like your family.
Our families are the people who know us best. Whenever you offer your unique experiences and abilities in service of the local church, you move from being a guest to being a part of the family. Serving together allows us to connect with God and each other on a deeper level.
Need to Know
Take Your Next Step: August 7 & 14Kick off the school year with us at our Take Your Next Step event on…
An update on Stewardship: Look at all the wonderful things that have happened so far this year at BSUMC!Stewardship encompasses every aspect of who we are and what we do as a body…
Medical Mission Trip to Dominican Republic: November 1-8Travel to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic to work with our mission partner, Mission of Hope. Large communities…
Buncombe Street United Methodist Church is a spiritual community, which takes very seriously its responsibility to provide a safe and nurturing environment not only for children, youth, and vulnerable adults, but for everyone who participates in our ministries including volunteers, staff, and community partners. We do this through the implementation of a Safe Sanctuary Policy. As someone who is a participant, member, or community partner, we invite you to familiarize yourself with our policy and help us to implement these practices to create a community of care.
If you are interested in volunteering in a Buncombe Street UMC ministry that works directly with children, youth, and/or vulnerable adults, you will need to take several steps to become Safe Sanctuary Certified. To the right is a link to our Safe Sanctuary Policy and a contact form if you are interested.
Questions? Contact Rev. Karen Jones