In May, delegates from Wisconsin will join hundreds of United Methodists from around the world in Portland, Oregon for the 2016 General Conference. The General Conference, the top policy-making body of The United Methodist Church, meets once every four years to revise church law and adopt resolutions on current moral, social, public policy and economic issues. In the weeks leading up to this meeting, the Council of Bishops has invited each Annual Conference to participate in a day of prayer to listen for God’s work for the current day and future of The United Methodist Church. The Wisconsin Conference’s Day of Prayer for General Conference will be Friday, April 1, and Bishop Jung invites all churches to participate in a 24-hour prayer vigil on that day. In addition, room 205 of the Conference Center in Sun Prairie will be open all day as a prayer room, and all clergy and laity are invited to come for a short time of prayer and reflection. Our Spiritual Formation Resource Team has produced a prayer guide for the Conference, and we have posted denominational resources available on our website.