General Conference to move to 2021
Bishop Dyck calls for suspending worship services
Click here to view Bishop Dyck's letter.
This is a link to a letter from our Bishop Sally Dyck.
It is helpful and reassuring. re: coronavirus response.
On Sunday, Feb 23, we gathered to talk about General Conference 2020 and how the decisions made by our denomination could impact our local church.
Note: to learn more about General Conference 2020, click here.
To see a comparison of several key Proposals submitted to General Conference, click here.
In the opening days of 2020, The United Methodist Church made national news. Conservative and progressive Methodist leaders from around the world released a press release about their proposed legislation for an amicable schism. If passed at General Conference 2020, the “Protocol for Reconciliation & Grace Through Separation” opens the door for conservative and progressive United Methodists to part ways and form a new expression of Methodism.
Couple of things to keep in mind. While the proposal made headlines in January, nothing was official. Nothing has changed. Truth is – the only body that can make this decision is General Conference, which meets next in Minneapolis, MN, on May 5-15, 2020. So, let’s continue to lift up our denomination and the delegates for General Conference in prayer. As a church family, we’ll have opportunities to gather for discussion and sharing in the coming weeks & months. Stay tuned.
Note: to keep up to date with the latest in United Methodist news, check out this website: www.umnews.org. This is the official news site for the UMC.
Listening Session at
Gather and Share information on
Sunday, May 3rd,
at 10:00 am
For more information call the
Bishop Sally Dyck
Sharing a video to address the concerns about the
Judicial Council Decisions