The Baltimore-Washington United Methodist Historical Society is pleased to be providing two important artifacts from the Museum at Lovely Lane for the 233rd session of the Annual Conference.
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BWC Lay Leader Dolores Martin promised a “fact-packed, real facts, afternoon” to a packed laity session Wednesday. The three hour gathering provided a celebration and challenge to United Methodists to understand and fulfill their rightful role in “the Ministry of the Laity.”
I am joyful to be a part of this connection, to be recommended and ordained for servant ministry with and among you. I am a United Methodist because it’s not all about me; we each hold such a tiny fraction of God’s vision for the Church, and I celebrate the diversity of servants, lay and...
The image of bread was central to the message given to those commissioned, ordained and readmitted Thursday night, as Bishop LaTrelle Easterling presided at her first such worship service.
“The Word is new every time we read it,” said Bishop LaTrelle Easterling. On Thursday morning Conference members read the Word anew with the Rev. Steve Manskar, author of “Disciples Making Disciples.”
Several individuals brought special greetings and messages to the Baltimore-Washington Conference Thursday.
United Methodists, you are “disciples in training, not disciples in waiting,” members of the Conference Council on Youth Ministries proclaimed in their presentation Thursday afternoon.
In a round of sometimes intense holy conferencing, BWC members spoke out as one on four resolutions and five amendments to the denomination’s constitution Thursday afternoon.
What you need to know about checking out, luggage storage and your departure: District Bus Rider’s Luggage storage is in Delaware B and will be deposited on buses during the closing Session so that riders can go directly to the buses. Limited storage space is available for...
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