The 49th Session of Annual Conference is the second year of our quadrennial theme Bearing Fruit that Lasts: Called, Committed, Connected. We will explore what it means to be called and equipped as followers of Jesus Christ when we gather June 11-14 at Lakeside Chautauqua.
John 15:13-17 (CEB) will guide our worship services, while business sessions will reinforce our EOC vision.
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Annual Conference 2018 begins at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, June 11 with the Service of Commemoration and Holy Communion.
Young people across the connection care about the future of The United Methodist Church. They also believe in the power of God and the affect that prayer has on each of our lives.
You are invited to join our young people in prayer on Sunday, April 29. For 10 minutes, beginning at noon that day, pray for our bishops as they consider a way forward for The United Methodist Church.
No matter where you are at noon on Sunday, April 29, make time to pray for our bishops, for each other, and for The United Methodist Church. #PRAYFORWARD
FOUR AREAS OF FOCUS: United Methodists live out our mission to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world through Four Areas of Focus: Engaging in Ministry with the Poor; Improving Global Health; Developing Principled Christian Leaders; and Creating New and Renewed Congregations.
RULE OF CHRIST: This ministry resource applies Jesus’ teachings from Matthew 18 to the life of the local church by creating a process that aids pastors and congregation in managing conflicts, disagreements, and relationships because healthy disciples make other healthy disciples, who, together, transform the world.
SPECIAL GENERAL CONFERENCE: Delegates will meet February 23-26, 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri for a special session of General Conference. The purpose of the special session is to act on a report by the Council of Bishops based on proposals from the Commission on a Way Forward.
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