2016 General Conference Petitions Balloting Results
2015 Clergy Day
2015 Workbook and Board & Agency Reports
2016 Bishop Pilgrimage to Israel and Palestine
Redistricting Plans Update
2014 Conference Journal and Directory
Appointment History Database
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Conference Youth Events
Imagine No Malaria
Imagining Wisconsin Anew
Wisconsin United Methodist Foundation
We have officially launched our new five-district system in Wisconsin! Click here to read more about our new districts, and read a welcome message from each of our District Superintendents. Click here to find out your church's district, and click here to see a list of all churches in each district. With the launch of new districts comes a new circuit structure as well; click here to find your church’s new circuit. Bishop Jung also invites you to join in services celebrating the five new districts and District Superintendents:
- North West District/District Superintendent Kate Croskery Jones at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 18 at Lake Street UMC in Eau Claire
- South West District/District Superintendent Scott Carlson at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 19 at Dodgeville UMC
- North Central District/District Superintendent Forrest Wells at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 25 at Stevens Point: St. Paul’s, The Springs
- North East District/District Superintendent Sue D’Alessio at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 26 at Zion UMC in Appleton
- South East District/District Superintendent Deborah Thompson at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 1 at Good Shepherd in Oconomowoc
Click here for the addresses of each celebration and to RSVP. Together, we are Imagining Wisconsin Anew with our five new districts!
What a marvelous and powerful time we spent together at Annual Conference this year! Truly a celebration and vision for our future were central. So amazing to see what God can do. From the wonderful news that we have achieved over $700,000 in our million dollar commitment to Imagine No Malaria, to the new possibilities given us by our new five-district structure, God is doing great things in the Wisconsin Annual Conference.
It was so good to hear Dr. Elaine Heath encourage us to “fail-forward,” to step out in faith unafraid and to try the new things that will make us more faithful and effective. Inspiring messages from Dr. Susan Henry-Crowe and Bishop Han Ku Kim from our sister Conference in Dongbu supported our vision for “Cultivating and Nurturing” a new, brighter, better Wisconsin Conference. Our service of Ordination and Commissioning deeply touched the hearts and souls of many, reminding us of the sacred and serious work that we do as beloved community.
And wasn’t the music phenomenal this year? Mark Miller and his band, Subject to Change, set a tone and energy for our entire Annual Conference. They did amazing leadership.
We are, together, living the fruit of the Spirit in so many ways. We are stretching and reaching to do more than we think that we are able. Imagine No Malaria has been a confirmation that we can go the second mile, digging deep to do good work around the globe. As we look to the future, and prepare for a capital campaign, we set our sights on our missional priorities of new church growth, “turnaround church” vitality for existing churches, and strong, vital mercy and justice ministries throughout the Conference.