We know that some are already asking about travel options to and from Annual Conference, and we want to make travel to and from Ogden as easy as possible. We are offering three services to assist with transportation: chartered buses, church buses and vans, and car pools. Click here to learn more about these options.
HealthFlex participants are eligible to complete their Blueprint for Wellness screening at the Annual Conference Session. This screening is offered from 5:30 to 9:30 a.m. June 8 and 9. Blueprint for Wellness is a comprehensive “biometric” screening that provides information about your heart, liver, kidney function, cholesterol, blood sugar control, thyroid function, iron and more!
It is the duty and requirement of our shared covenant to attend all sessions of annual conference each year, including Sunday morning. If you are unable to attend any part of annual conference, please notify your district superintendent and the Conference Secretary, Rev. Elizabeth McVicker (email@example.com),
2016 Book of Discipline ¶ 602.8 "It is the duty of every member and all probationers and local pastors of the Annual Conference to attend its sessions and furnish such reports in such form as the Discipline may require. Any such person unable to attend shall report by letter to the conference secretary, setting forth the reason for the absence. Should any ordained minister in active service be absent from the session of the Annual Conference without a satisfactory reason for the absence, the matter shall be referred by the conference secretary to the Board of Ordained Ministry."
1992 Book of Discipline ¶ 309.1 "...The diaconal minister shall attend the sessions of the Annual Conference. Any diaconal minister unable to attend shall report by letter to the bishop setting forth the reason for the absence."
Funds are currently available for local church histories from the J. Alton Templin Fund. To learn more about this award and ways to qualify, click here!
As a reflection of this year's annual conference theme "Safety, Homelessness, and Justice", the Boards of Discipleship for the Mountain Sky Area invite you to submit a video - no more than 3- minutes in length - that shows how your church is involved with the homeless in your community. Click here to learn more!