Dave Nuckols, a lay person of Minnetonka, Minn. and member of the United Methodist Bishop’s Commission on A Way Forward, will be the keynote speaker at the Reconciling Ministries Network of Indiana Dinner during the Indiana Annual Conference Session, Friday, June 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. Reservations must be made by Friday, May 19. (See instructions below.)
 
Nuckols wears many hats in The United Methodist Church. He serves as the current Lay Leader of the Minnetonka UMC, a reconciling congregation that is the fastest growing United Methodist congregation in Minnesota. Other roles include: Co-Lay Leader of the Minnesota Annual Conference, North Central Jurisdictional Delegate in 2012 and 2016, and Treasurer of the UMC’s global Connectional Table. He also led Minnetonka’s Reconciling Ministries process in 2010, joined the Parents Reconciling Ministries Network Steering Committee in 2012 and has been a member of the Board of Directors of the national Reconciling Ministries Network since 2014. Dave and his wife, Karin, have two 20-something daughters who also are engaged in social justice activities. 
 
Registration and dinner reservations are open from now to the Friday, May 19 deadline. The Reconciling Ministries Network of Indiana Dinner reservations can only be made on the conference website page at www.inumc.org/ac17 and click on the registration button that fits you. The dinner is listed on the registration form by scrolling down. If you are not a member of the Indiana Annual Conference, please register as a guest and pay for your dinner reservation online with a check or credit card. Dinner tickets will NOT be available at the session. Come join the Reconciling Ministries Network of Indiana Dinner and learn more about the Bishop’s Commission on A Way Forward. Bring a friend, too. More than 110 people participated in the 2016 RMN-Indiana Dinner.