General Conference Gatherings
Three main bodies govern the United Methodist Church: The General Conference, the Council of Bishops and the Judicial Council. The General Conference is the body that sets official policy and speaks as the entire denomination. The United Methodist Church's General Conference is the highest legislative body of the church. It is an international body of nearly 1,000 delegates that generally meets every four years. The General Conference holds the power to set the legislation that governs the denomination. The General Conference will be meeting April 23-May 3 in Charlotte, NC. You will be hearing much about legislation that is being proposed and changes that could be voted on. Our senior pastor Nathan Malone and Becky Hall, a General Conference Delegate, will be holding 6 small group information gatherings for those that are interested in learning more. Each session will be limited to 20 people, so registration is necessary. Please click on the session date and time that works best for you below to register. If you need assistance with registering, please call the church office at 423-892-9363.
To see a general outline of the information that will be shared click here.
Dates for General Conference Information Gatherings at Christ Church: (Click on the date and time below to register)