The Tennessee Conference delegation will host multipleListening Sessions this Fall to hear from you as they prepare to attend the Special Session of General Conference in St. Louis on February 23-26, 2019.
All of these listening sessions with members of our General Conference Delegation are open to everyone and will be on Sundays, 3-5 p.m.
Please note: this is NOT a presentation, but rather an opportunity for YOU to express your opinions and concerns as well as to pray with delegation members.
October 14 Manchester First (Stones River District)
Manchester First UMC
105 Church St
Manchester, TN 37355-1670
October 21 Cookeville First (Caney Fork River District) AND Donelson Heights (Cumberland River District)
First UMC Cookeville
204 E Spring St
Cookeville, TN 38501-3310
Donelson Heights UMC
84 Fairway Dr
Nashville, TN 37214-2145
October 28 Columbia First (Harpeth River District)
Columbia First UMC
222 W 7th St
Columbia, TN 38401-3234
November 4 Clark Memorial (Red River District)
Clark Memorial UMC
1014 14th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208-3054
November 11 Madison Street (Red River District)
Madison Street UMC
319 Madison St
Clarksville, TN 37040-3646
report from the commission
Way Forward Report – Final – ENGLISH
who votes for the Tennessee Conference?
Elected General Conference delegates from the Tennessee Conference.
The Tennessee Annual Conference elected lay and clergy delegates to represent TNUMC at the General Conference. Those delegates are as follows:
Jim Allen Harriet Bryan
Holly Neal Jacob Armstrong
Connie Clark Stephen Handy
George Brown Jackson Henry
Alternate delegates who may serve if our General Conference delegates cannot:
Clergy: Max Mayo, Bryan Brooks, Tommy Ward, Cherie Parker
Laity: Joy Lewter, Angela Overstreet, Kent McNish, Heather Bennett
It is important to note that bishops do NOT vote at General Conference.
If you want to express your views, ask a question, or request that our delegation vote a certain way, you may contact the whole delegation via the email address: COWF@tnumc.org.