There is a spark in the UMC and we need your help to fan it into flame.  

For the last five years we've been doing what we can to help Methodists know and share their story through The 3:15 Project.  

We started the ministry to address an unmet need, and that need is massive.  Yet, with your help, we can at least help the pastors who are hungry for revitalization and transformation.  

TOGETHER WE CAN... 

1) Help congregants know and share their stories
2) Capture stories on video with excellence on a regular basis
3) Engage and equip the youth in the church to share and serve
4) Share and celebrate the stories using the internet and social media.
5) Create stronger partnerships and relationships with other ministries, churches, and businesses in the community.
6) Create greater trust and intimacy between congregants, church leadership, and the local community 

2 WAYS YOU CAN HELP

SUPPORT THE MINISTRY AS A PATRON

What we need most right now is simply fuel for the fire. We never want finances be an obstacle for a church to start harvesting stories.  When you become a patron of The 3:15 Project, you're giving pastors and discipleship leaders in the United Methodist Church the opportunity to personally experience the power this ministry has to transform hearts and lives. Once they've experienced it and understand it, we will help them bring this opportunity to their people.

ENCOURAGE YOUR PASTORS AND LAY LEADERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE 3:15 PROJECT!

We are relying on you to let your pastor and lay leaders at your church know about The 3:15 Project.  They are busy and the last thing they want is to get a phone call or email from another ministry! 

All your church needs to do to explore a partnership is complete a brief discovery form to let us know there is a need and desire to harvest stories.  Or call us at (252) 220-4680

Dr. Brian Clark shares his thoughts on The 3:15 Project and the need within the UMC.

Scott MacLellan from Roswell UMC shares his experience.

Paul from Duluth UMC thanks one of our patrons for helping make it possible for him to share his story.