Annual Conference 2022

AC2022 will be held on June 1st-4th in Hot Springs, AR.

Free COVID-19 Tests

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.

COVID-19 Dashboard

The Arkansas Conference has developed a new tool for churches and church leaders to assist them in their response to COVID-19.

“The Church of Jesus Christ should be taking the lead in dismantling racism because it is a matter of faith, justice and morality.” – Bishop Gary Mueller

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Find out all about the United Methodist Church, what we’re doing in Arkansas, and how you can find your local congregation.

Interested in our ministries?

Campus ministries, camps and retreat centers, youth and young adult programs, and more. All part of our mission.

Wanting to serve?

Find out about service opportunities in the Arkansas Conference, from volunteering and mission work to full- and part-time jobs.

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Forms for clergy and laity, booklets, applications, Annual Conference journals, and other archived materials can be found here.

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Find out what’s happening this week in the Arkansas Conference by taking a look at (and signing up for) our e-newsletter.

Help support our ministries.

Donate to our Disaster Relief fund, 200,000 Reasons, or other ministries that our Conference supports.

Bishop Mueller’s Daily Devotional

Divine Disruptions

I was getting ready to start my day the way I usually start my day with a time of prayer, reflection and writing a devotional. As I was getting ready to begin, it was clear my grandson, Henry, was in a mood to play. So I dropped everything (figuratively, not literally!), got down on the floor and played with him until it was clear he was ready for a nap. Then – and only then – I started back up where I had left off. I don’t need to tell you that some things are so important that you willingly drop everything to do them. This is true with God as well. There are times it is abundantly clear God wants you to do something. And yes, it may be unexpected or seem inconvenient or even cause you to rearrange your schedule. But that’s okay. Go ahead and do it. Because divine disruptions are the best disruptions of all.  

The Arkansas United Methodist