PPP Funds Available and Free Local Church Historian's School


Paycheck Protection Program Funds Still Available

It is not too late to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program. We learned last week that loan applications can still be submitted through your bank. The only caveat is that you must do it in time for it to be approved by June 30. Time is not on your side at this point but having a loan that could easily become a grant is! 
We understand that there is still $1.3 billion left in the program. If your bank has run out of funds, please be in contact with Hope Credit Union in Jackson at 601.944.4149. They definitely want to help you. If you have questions, call your district office or your conference treasurer, David Stotts at 601.354.0515. 

FREE Online Church History Workshop - Register Now!

Are you, or someone you know, interested in caring for or improving your church's program of history?

The General Commission on Archives and History of The United Methodist Church will be offering an online Local Church Historian School in 2020 for church historians---or anyone interested in the story of their church. This exciting opportunity begins September 14, 2020.  

Find more information here. The Mississippi Conference Commission on Archives and History encourages all churches to participate. The only requirement is email access. For more information, contact archivist Debra McIntosh at 601.974.1077.

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