update 12/7/2022

Church Family,

We know you are, but please continue to keep all of our church family in your prayers as we come to the time for this Sunday's Church Conference Disaffiliation Meeting and Vote. Please see the procedural logistics below that we are asked to follow:


Sunday, Dec. 11th


  • Enter through the metal Emergency Exit door ONLY (southwest corner of gym)
  • The door will OPEN at 4:15 pm
  • Sign-in is alphabetical by LAST NAME
  • You will receive an official ballot at the time you sign-in
  • Each member must personally sign-in
  • After a member receives their ballot, they should exit the gym into the building and proceed directly to the sanctuary for the meeting
  • At 5:00 pm, the Emergency Exit door will be closed
  • Everyone in line at 5:00 pm will be allowed inside the gym to sign-in
  • No one arriving after the door is shut will be allowed to enter and sign-in, vote or be present for the meeting

Once the meeting is officially called to order in the sanctuary by our District Superintendent, you will be instructed from there how to proceed in casting your vote.

Helpful Resources For this season in the UMC

You're likely aware of conversations happening across the United Methodist Church regarding its future, position on human sexuality, theology and doctrine, and a process some churches are undertaking called disaffiliation. The situation impacts the UMC and our congregation. We have collected some resources to help you explore the issues and become better informed. If you have questions, please ask the Church Council and or pastoral staff. Blessings to you.

understanding the

United Methodist Church

Understanding the Global Methodist Church or traditional POSITION

Global Methodist Church Website

Transitional Book of Doctrine and Disccipline

Comparison of the UMC and GMC

(prepared by the Northwest Texas Conference of the UMC)

Trinity Hill UMC Fact Finding Committee's Presentation

(not specifically for GMC but lays out the differences in the Traditional and Progressive Methodists movements)

Ten Reasons Why I'll Join the Global United Methodist Church

Source: Wesleyan Covenant Association

Differences That Divide the UMC

Source: Rev. Rob Renfroe of Good News Magazine explains the current divisions within the United Methodist Church and discusses how Traditionalist Methodists should navigate future decisions.

Informational Meeting (7-24-2022)

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