DS Joyner to preach Sunday, May 17 on the District. To view a recording of this service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nq3rAb4N_s&feature=youtu.be
COVID-19: "What to Know, How to help!" recent aids on best practices for local churches. Lots of Resources! Local church online and recorded services. Go to
Welcome to The United Methodist Church on Virginia's Eastern Shore!
The Eastern Shore District connects 48 United Methodist Churches and one Faith Community in Accomack and Northampton Counties with the Virginia Annual Conference, The United Methodist Church and the world in ministry to others on behalf of Christ. The clergy and laity of the Eastern Shore are supervised by a Conference-appointed District Superintendent. The Virginia Conference is composed of 16 districts serving 1,176 local United Methodist congregations and faith communities across most of the state of Virginia.
Our Mission Statement:
We envision the Eastern Shore as a place where clergy, congregations, and communities are freed for edge-walking action on behalf of the gospel of Jesus. As people called into a life of holiness, we walk to the edge where our only trust is in Christ who walks before us. As people called into beloved community, we meet brothers and sisters who live on the edge of security and acceptance.
Click on "United Methodist District Office" above for directions to our Eastern Shore office.
Read this week's Shoreline News:
General Conference News and Information: visit the Virginia Conference webpage dedicated to the Protocol. There you will find a link to the full text and other related information. You can find the link at: https://www.vaumc.org/SeparationAgreement. An FAQ on the Protocol is here: https://www.unitedmethodistbishops.org/newsdetail/frequently-asked-questions-about-the-united-methodist-mediation-team-13133711.