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Conferences mull denomination’s future

Conference members hold cards in the air to vote at the Michigan Annual Conference.

Many United Methodist conferences meeting across the United States this summer had passionate discussions about the future of the denomination.

Board of Justice responds to GC 2019

Delegates carry cross in protest

The Michigan Conference Board of Justice laments harm to the LGBTQAI community caused by actions of the 2019 General Conference.

Young adults reflect on Traditional Plan

Young adults at the 2019 General Conference.

Passage of the Traditional Plan by GC 2019 prompted both joy and grief among young adults present in St. Louis. 

Delegates to vote on Traditional Plan

Two delegtes from Upper New York Conference embrace during Monday's afternoon session.

General Conference delegates spent Monday, February 25, as a legislative committee debating four major plans. The Traditional Plan was the only one to advance for action in Tuesday’s plenary session.

Prepare your congregation for GC2019

Plenary session of the 2016 General Conference in Portland, OR

Your church can create a listening session about issues going to the 2019 General Conference. A Tool Box is available for your use.

Delegation chairs look toward GC2019

Minnesota delegates to 2016 General Conference

As the crucial meeting looms in February 2019, ‘team captains’ of conference delegations are well aware of church’s hopes, fears.

UMC’s Annual Conferences take action

2018 Desert SW Conference

Annual Conferences around the globe have concluded their 2018 sessions. Immigration and LGBTQ matters were on many agendas.

Way Forward looks at structure

Commission on Way Forward contemplates “loosening the connection.” 

Bishops rule on ordination questions

As required by the Judicial Council, two bishops have ruled on questions stemming from issues around gay ordination.

Traditionalist pastor finds way

The Rev. Randy Jessen honors his conscience while leading a diverse-thinking congregation.

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