Perritte Memorial United Methodist Church


What’s going on with General Conference so far?
April 26, 2012, 10:11 am
Filed under: UMC

Lots of interesting things have happened in the first 2 days of General Conference already. I’m including a few links to read more about what’s going on if you’d like. I also want to invite folks who want to know what’s going on to join me today at 12:30 at Fuzzy Tacos in Nacogdoches (corner of Stallings & North) for some informal Q&A time at 12:30. I’ll buy your lunch!

Here’s some places to read about what’s going on:

Official GC2012 site – here you can catch the livestream of plenary sessions, get background information, and much more.

Twitter search for #GC2012 – realtime notes from delegates & observers. A bit like trying to drink from a firehose! Best way to keep abreast of what’s happening right now.

GC2012Conversations – a joint project from United Methodist News Service and the Methoblog. Regular news items, multimedia, information of interest, commentary, reactions.

United Methodist Reporter – independent reporting on United Methodist-related issues, with lots of attention to General Conference.

Questions? Thoughts? Post them below & Pastor Josh will respond.
Hope to see you at lunch today!

Photograph: Amory Peck of Bellingham, Wash., delivers part of the Laity Address to an April 25 session of the 2012 United Methodist General Conference in Tampa, Fla. Peck is lay leader of the Pacific Northwest Annual (regional) Conference. UMNS photo by Paul Jeffrey. All rights reserved.

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