Annual Conference 2020
Annual Conference 2020 Dates Announced:
Thursday June 18 - Sunday June 21
WNCC Emory Club 5K at Annual Conference raising money for NETworX USA. Sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/NC/LakeJunaluska/EmoryClub5k
Would you like to see you group or organization represented at Annual Conference this year? To register for display space at this year's Annual Conference, please visit wnccumc.org/ac2020-displays.
As has been the practice for some years, the WNC Conference Commission on Archives and History will recognize all churches celebrating their 100th, 150th, and 200th anniversaries in 2020 with their display at Annual Conference this year. If your congregation is celebrating one of these anniversaries this year, please contact Jim Pyatt, Archivist, at email@example.com by April 1, so that your church will be included in this year’s recognitions.
Are you planning to hold a Special Event at Annual Conference this year? Do you want it included in the Special Events Calendar in the 2020 Program & Reports Book and P&R Supplement Book? Will you hold an event at a Lake Junaluska facility? Visit https://www.wnccumc.org/ac2020-special-events to make all of this happen!
Information and submissions for Annual Conference 2020 are online at www.wnccumc.org/ac2020. Annual Conference deadlines are approaching for submitting petitions (April 1), scheduling special events (April 8), and display registration (April 15).
WNC Annual Conference Petitions Due
The housing and information mailing was sent out on February 11th. It contains important information related to housing and other information important about Annual Conference 2020. If you did not receive the mailing and expected to, please contact your district office. You can find all of these materials and more, updated daily, at https://www.ac2020.org or https://www.wnccumc.org/ac2020
Resident Bishop Paul L. Leeland presided over the Western North Carolina Annual Conference, June 20-23 at Lake Junaluska. The Conference theme was Trust and Obey. For this quadrennium, Bishop Leeland designed the themes around the four parts of the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:19-20, “Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything that I’ve commanded you. Look, I myself ...
What can it look like for the Western North Carolina Conference? Please watch this video, and we will see what can happen when we pray, “Your Kingdom come your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”
AC2019 Daily Digest - Sunday, June 23 Sixty-five Pastors Celebrated in Ordering of Ministry Service A group greatly diverse in age, gender and ethnicity were honored by family and friends and celebrated in their ministry in the Western North Carolina Conference Saturday night at Stuart Auditorium. Denman Awards Recognize Evangelism in Clergy, Laity and Youth The Harry Denman Evangelism Award program honors United Methodists in each annual ...