The Clergy Session for the 2020 Tennessee Annual Conference will be held via Zoom Webinar on Tuesday, August 18, at 2:00 p.m. There will be a training session to familiarize clergy with Zoom Webinar and the voting process at 1:00 p.m. prior to the start of the session. There will be additional training sessions on the use of Zoom Webinar and […]
The Tennessee Annual Conference Design Team is looking at all options for how to safely convene the 2020 annual conference session. The team, which meets monthly (now via Zoom), already announced that the usual 3-day session would be shortened to a 1½ day format on Friday and Saturday, September 18-19 at Brentwood UMC. This will […]
Nominations for the Harry Denman Evangelism Award are open through June 30, 2020. Please consider nominating a youth, clergy, or layperson that you believe has expressed a great gift for evangelism. Online submission form for Denman nominations. “The Harry Denman Evangelism Award program honors United Methodists in each annual conference whose exceptional ministry of evangelism […]
Photos by Tennessee Conference Communications Intern Brennen Boose
Those presented in 2019 with Tennessee Conference awards were honored at the annual conference in June.
Members of annual conference and guests were called to remember – through Word, Water, & Witness – their identity as baptized Christians and the firm foundation becoming a disciple in the United Methodist church provides. There were worship services, baptismal water basins, and inspiring witness presentations that intertwined Word, water and witness throughout the conference […]
The Tennessee and Memphis annual conferences vote to create a new conference together.
Please click on the link below for the 2019 list of Tennessee Conference clergy appointments. If you find an error, please contact the Episcopal Office.
The following individuals were elected on Thursday, June 13, at the 2019 Tennessee Annual Conference to serve as delegates to represent the Tennessee Conference at the 2020 General Conference (May 5-15, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota). These are the individuals who will vote at these conferences. Bishops do not have a vote at General Conference nor […]
The process for elections will be as follows: The Book of Discipline ¶34 Article III details the voting process to be used. We will begin by taking nominations from the floor for clergy and then we will take nominations from the floor for the laity. As those nominations are received, the nominees will proceed to […]