August 29 – September 6, 2022

Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minn.

Due to COVID-19, the Postponed General Conference 2020 will be held in 2022. To read the press release announcing its rescheduling, please click here. To read a statement from Bishop Gary Mueller concerning the postponement, please click here.

In response to the further postponement of the 2020 General Conference, the Council of Bishops (COB) is calling a Special Session of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church (UMC) to be convened online on May 8, 2021. To read the press release announcing this, please click here.

Arkansas Conference Delegates

Rev. Mark Norman
Southeast District

Rev. Michael Roberts
Central District

Rev. Lynn Kilbourne
Central District

Rev. Jessie Teegarden
Central District

Karon Mann
Central District

Todd Burris
Central District

Miller Wilbourn
Central District

Elizabeth Fink
Southeast District

Email the Arkansas Delegation at gc2020delegation@arumc.org

A Statement from the Arkansas Conference Delegation to General and Jurisdictional Conferences
As we await important announcements about General Conference later this month, and continue to receive new proposals and input, the members of the delegation are motivated by a desire for a United Methodist Church that makes room for all, including perspectives which might be described as progressive, centrist, and traditional, believing that a diversity of voices is a blessing and is essential for the growth of the whole body, and, at the same time, allows for a gracious exit for those who feel led to create new expressions of Methodism. Our shared hope is to cultivate an environment where we can truly bless one another and continue to be in conversation and in ministry with one another.” (From our meeting on February 6, 2021)