In order to receive credit for 2021, apportionment and advance special payments must be received in the Conference Treasurer’s Office by Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Click here for more details and mailing instructions. To check your church’s balance, visit our District Remittances page to view reports, which are updated daily as payments are posted. If you notice a… Continue Reading→
The Treasurer’s Office will hold an online workshop on Thursday, August 26, 2021, from 11:00 to noon on connectional giving and apportionment calculations. Apportionment reports were emailed to pastors in July. We will review the reports and discuss how information is gathered, apportionments are calculated, and funding is used for ministry. Please register for this… Continue Reading→
The 2022 apportionment calculation reports, along with related statistical tables from 2020, were delivered via email yesterday, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Senior pastors – please check your conference email account and share this information with any others who may need it within your church. If you have not received a copy of your report, or… Continue Reading→
The Conference Connectional Table (CCT) met May 18 by Zoom for the second of its quarterly meetings in 2021. A meeting summary follows. STRUCTURAL UPDATES Bishop Leonard Fairley will come among us as episcopal leader in September. At Annual Conference, we will report the following shifts through the structure review process. Beth Hood will become… Continue Reading→
Bishop Ward gives us updates on the 2020 apportionments and the 2021 virtual Annual Conference, while thanking churches for their faithfulness in supporting the connection.
The Conference Connectional Table (CCT) met December 8 by Zoom. A meeting summary follows. DevotionThe Reverend Alma Ruiz, lecturer and evangelism director of the Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School, offered a devotion based on Isaiah 58:6-9. These verses summarize the ministry God calls us to do: to loose the chains of injustice,… Continue Reading→
Just as the Magi came and offered gifts to the Christ child, we offer gifts in this season to one another and to our friends and partners around the world.
As United Methodists, one of the primary ways we live into our shared life and ministry is connectional giving through apportionments. Giving to support the connection allows the generosity of many churches to be compounded for the work of the kin-dom of God. In Acts 2, we read these words about the early church: All… Continue Reading→
The 2021 apportionment calculation reports, along with related statistical tables from 2019, were delivered via email today, Thursday, July 16, 2020. Senior pastors – please check your conference email account and share this information with any others who may need it within your church. If you have not received a copy of your report, or… Continue Reading→