AC Information – June 12-15, 2019
Annual Conference Sunday Resources
Indiana United Methodists have the opportunity to learn about changes related to health care plans as well as updates and implementation of plans discussed at the 2019 General Conference at Pre-Conference Briefings. These briefings will be held in six different United Methodist Churches across the Indiana Conference and will offer church leaders and congregants a chance to learn more about the decisions made at the global gathering in St. Louis, next steps, and how we can equip local churches as Indiana United Methodists prepare to meet June 12-15 for the 2019 Annual Conference session.
You are highly encouraged to attend so that your questions may be acknowledged and answered. However if you are unable to attend, you can watch a recording from our Pre-Conference Briefing held at Blue Grass UMC.
Petitions and Resolutions
The deadline to submit petitions or resolutions has passed. (March 15)
To read this year’s petitions, click here.
Willingness to Serve
As we work toward the 2020 General Conference, to be held May 5-15, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we invite those who feel called and willing to commit time and energy to serving in the proceedings to read the information regarding the process for lay and clergy General Conference delegates below and to complete the Willingness to Serve application. To facilitate a more convenient application submission process, forms are provided in both a fillable digital format as well as a printable document. The deadline to submit forms has passed. (March 15)
To read about the General/Jurisdictional Nominees that have filled out Willingness to Serve forms, click here.
- Clergy Form
- Laity Form
More information on the process can be found here.
Rules and Structure
The United Methodist Churches of Indiana declares itself to be a continuing entity of the larger Body of Christ within the denomination known as The United Methodist Church. As that declared body, we are defined and directed for purposes of organization and procedure by the 2016 edition of The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church. Our Organizational Structure, Standing Rules, and Rules of Order as defined and written in this document continue in force from year to year, from one session of the Annual Conference to the next, except as changed or amended from time to time as prescribed by The Book of Discipline and this document.
- The Standing Rules and Rules of Order will be printed annually in the pre-Conference workbook and in the official Journal of the Annual Conference Session. Unless otherwise needed, this Rules and Structure document will only be printed in the pre-Conference workbook and in the official Journal of the Annual Conference Session quadrennially in the year just prior to the session of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church.
- Click here to view the full document.