General Conference

As the highest legislative body of The United Methodist Church, General Conference holds the power to revise The Book of Discipline and The Book of Resolutions while also initiating amendments to the denominations constitution. General Conference normally meets once every quadrennium or every four years.

Quadrennial Report:

Read the GCSRW Quadrennial Report submitted to the 2020 General Conference.

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Legislation

Review the legislation that GCSRW has submitted to General Conference 2020. You can advocate for GCSRW and our work by sharing information with your General Conference delegation.

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Talking Points

Talking points are available to support the 2020 GCSRW GC legislation. Please share these with delegates.

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Video resources explain General Conference

Follow the guidance of one UM leader as she explains various aspects of General Conference.

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How To Become A Delegate

Do you want to serve as a delegate to General Conference? This resource outlines how the delegate election process works.

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