Phone(601) 944-0776
Fax(601) 944-0893
Mail PO Box 8024
Jackson, MS 39284
Location 3810 Robinson ST
Jackson, MS 39209
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Monday . . . .  9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Tuesday . . . . 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
Wednesday .  9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
Thursday . . . .9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday . . . . . . CLOSED

From Church to Society- Deadline August 10th.

June 03 2020

From Church and Society—Deadline, August 10

Human Relations Day Grants provide funding to promote ministries that respond to non-violent young offenders through education, advocacy, or leadership training and development. The maximum Human Relations Day award is $10,000. Contact John Hill, or call 202.488.5654.

Ethnic Local Church Grants aim to strengthen the ethnic local church through education, public policy, advocacy, or leadership training and development as they engage in social justice ministries. Priority is given to new and emerging program ministries that directly impact racial/ethnic communities in church and society. The maximum Ethnic Local Church award is $10,000. QUESTIONS? Contact Rev. Neal Christie 202.488.5611.

Peace With Justice Grants are for projects that work toward achieving at least one of the following objectives: Assisting United Methodists to understand and to respond to violence and militarism; developing principled United Methodist leaders and enjoining the public in efforts to end conflicts, human rights violations, and violent aggression around the world; promoting just national and international policies and actions seeking to address systemic poverty and restore communities to sustainability; and supporting policies that promote systemic economic justice and the self-development of peoples to respond to the disproportionate effect of injustices on racial, indigenous, and ethnic people. The maximum Peace with Justice award is $5,000. Contact Rev. Liberato Bautista or call 212.973.1702

From UMC Discipleship—Deadline September 1, 2020

Racial Ethnic Local Church Concerns Grant (RELCC)--provides funding to strengthen the ethnic local church through leadership training, small groups, worship, stewardship and spiritual formation as they engage in developing disciple making systems inside the church walls as well as in the local community. Priority is given to new programs and ministries as well as programs led by young people with a passion for racial justice. The maximum award is $7,000. For further information or assistance on Racial Ethnic Local Church Concerns, please contact