Sunday, February 14, 2016
Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world
SEJ United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (SEJ UMVIM)
Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church
Welcome to the Southeastern Jurisdiction (SEJ) of The United Methodist Church. As a part of The United Methodist Church, we provide spiritual formation, leadership development, and worship opportunities for all. We believe that informed, trained, and challenged Christians can bring much-needed transformation to the church and communities all over the world.
Links to the agencies and ministries of the SEJ are highlighted below. We invite you to become acquainted with our ministry outreach across the Southeast.
Welcome to 2016 Jurisdictional Conference
**Please Note: The opening date for 2016 Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference will be Wednesday, July 13, 2016.**
Gulfside Assembly is an important part of the SEJ. Learn how to help here.
Hinton Rural Life Center
Hinton Rural Life Center is a place of hospitality, spiritual growth, and renewal. Find out more.
Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center
Heritage Center (SEJ Archives and History)
The Heritage Center (SEJ Archives and History) houses the historical collection of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church.
Intentional Growth Center
The Intentional Growth Center (IGC) serves as a continuing education and renewal center for both clergy and laity. IGC designs and offers courses and growth experiences for individuals.
SEJ United Methodist Volunteers in Mission
United Methodist Volunteers In Mission (UMVIM), SEJ is the short-term mission agency that exists to promote, encourage, and enable Christians to exemplify "Christian Love In Action" through short-term mission service.
The Southeastern Jurisdiction Association for Native American Ministries (SEJANAM) assists annual conferences in areas related to Native American Ministries.
The Southeastern United Methodist Agency for Rehabilitation (SEMAR) has been in continuous ministry to persons with disabilities across the southeastern United States.