Who is your Church Historian?

The new Archivist for the Tennessee Conference wants to offer support and training for those around the conference who would like to help preserve our church histories. You don’t have to have the formal title of historian – if you just have a strong interest and want to know more, please fill out this form!

Tennessee Conference Hires New Archivist

“We have our own personal ‘great cloud of witnesses’ as United Methodists in Tennessee,” says Gratia Strother, newly appointed Conference Archivist for the Tennessee United Methodist Conference. “The stories of those who have come before us, laying the foundations of Methodism in Tennessee, interweave with our own stories to make a beautiful tapestry of witness […]

Local Church Historians’ School to be in September

ATTENTION : Local Church Historians, members of Local Church Records and History Committees, church archivists, or any United Methodist with a serious interest in caring for the history of the local church. The Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church will be offering a School for Local Church Historians, beginning in September.  Lessons will be […]

Memphis Conference Archives now housed in Nashville (with Tennessee Conference Archives)

By Lane Gardner Camp, Memphis Conference Director of Communications The Memphis Conference Archives of The United Methodist Church are now housed in Nashville, Tenn., with the Tennessee Conference Archives. The holdings began being moved in the summer of 2016 with the final load leaving Dec. 19 from the Memphis Conference office in Jackson, Tenn. The […]