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The 2024 United Methodist General Conference took place April 23 to May 3, 2024, in Charlotte, North Carolina. There, more than 700 elected delegates …

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United Women in Faith makes its presence known at General Conference 2024

by Tara Barnes The United Methodist General Conference met April 23 to May 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina. For 11 days, more than 700 …

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United Women in Faith celebrates the support of women and children at General Conference 2024 

CHARLOTTE—The United Methodist General Conference closed Friday May 3 after 11 days of meeting as a worldwide body. Together more than 700 delegates from …

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The work continues

by Tara Barnes By a vote of 422-248, United Women in Faith’s petition “Equitable voting rights for deaconesses and home missioners” missed the 2/3 …

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Member delegate: Jo Anne Hayden

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United Women in Faith Takes Center Stage

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Love every neighbor

26 deaconesses, home missioners consecrated at General Conference by Audrey Stanton-Smith Monday morning’s opening worship featured the consecration of 26 laypersons, including three Central …

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Member delegate: Lisa Maupin

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Honoring the ministry of laity

United Women in Faith co-host Laity Dinner at General Conference by Audrey Stanton-Smith Laity delegates and friends filled the Richardson Ballroom at the Charlotte …

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Celebrating leaders

United Women in Faith members elected to leadership positions by Tara Barnes On the second day of the 2024 General Conference delegates organized into …

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