The Rocky Mountain Conference is continually engaged in various forms of mission aimed at those usually considered on the margins of society. Whether in our local communities or across the globe, the Rocky Mountain Conference seeks to provide opportunities for mission-minded service. For more information on how you can get involved with the missions of our conference, check out the following links.
- Volunteers in Mission (VIM)
- Global AIDS
- Missionary Covenant Relationships
- Rocky Mountain Conference Spotlight Ministries
- UMCOR and Global Ministries
Mission trip reports for 2014 due Jan. 31
Each year, the Rocky Mountain Conference reports to the Western Jurisdiction on all mission trips taken by conference churches (do not need to be VIM sponsored). In 2013, 43 RMC teams with a total of 576 volunteers donated 3,588 days of service to 11 international projects and 32 United States projects. These teams contributed $135,000 in cash to these projects plus another $31,000 of in-kind donations. To date, only 10 reports have been received for 2014. If you need a form or have any questions, go to the United Methodist Volunteers-in-Mission site at www.rmcvim.org. The deadline to send reports is Jan. 31.
The Rocky Mountain Conference (RMC) Board of Global Ministries has two prime volunteer opportunities to serve at the Conference level:
- Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) Coordinator - see job description
- Early Response Team (ERT) Coordinator - see job description
Rev. Youngsook Kang, Director of Mission and Ministry, sends out a monthly M&M (Mission & Ministry) newsletter. Click the links below for archives of past newsletters.