SEJ Voted Yes!

The special session of the Southeastern Jurisdiction voted on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, to affirm the resolution to unite the Memphis Annual Conference and the Tennessee Annual Conference into the Tennessee-Western Kentucky Conference! The vote will be certified and certification announced by August 1.

COR Leadership Institute Now Online or In-Person

This year, the Leadership Institute offered by The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection can be accessed online! Attending Leadership Institute Online is a cost-effective way to get high quality, impactful leadership development content to your church staff and laity. Invite your entire church council, board of trustees, Bible study teachers, children’s ministry leaders and …

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Watch the SEJ Called Session!

On Wednesday, July 21, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time (9:00 a.m. Central time), there will be a called session of the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference. Delegates have been sent a link and a voter ID to participate in the Conference. Anyone else desiring to watch the special session can do so by going to www.sejumc.org and …

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Free In-Home Vaccines Available

FREE In‐Home COVID‐19 Vaccines are now available for Seniors & Tennesseans with Disabilities: A Partnership with the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability (TCAD) & Home Health Agencies What is this program:   Seniors and Tennesseans with disabilities (over the age of 18) can now get a free COVID‐19  vaccine in their own home!   ∙ They do NOT have to prove their age, disability or citizenship.  ∙ “Senior” means anyone age 60 and older.    ∙ “Disability” means any kind of diagnosis, chronic illness, special healthcare need or  disability.    ∙ Caregivers or anyone (over the age of 18) living in the same home as a senior or person  with a disability can also get vaccinated through this program!  ∙ This program is available anywhere in the state of Tennessee.   ∙ Vaccine provided will be the one‐time Johnson & Johnson vaccine. There will be no need  for a second follow‐up appointment.   The preferred way to refer someone who wants a vaccine to this program is for a trusted  organization to input their information on the online form provided:   https://stateoftennessee.formstack.com/forms/inhomevaccinations However, the individual can also complete the form on their own and simply include the name of the referring organization in the space provided.   How does this program work?   Complete the online form with contact information for the senior or person with a  disability wanting a vaccine.   TCAD receives the form and directs it to the home health agency closest to the person  wanting a vaccine.   The home health agency calls the phone number provided on the form to schedule an  in‐home vaccine appointment.   *Please note: in …

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Articles About Our New Conference

Resolution for ‘Intent to Form New Conference’ PassesResolution Approving Formation of a New ConferenceName for New Conference is Announced Working Group Status Reports / 2020 Materials for 2020 Annual Conference ConsiderationTWKUMC Social Media & Newsletter Transition Memphis and Tennessee Conference UMW grows togetherHope Overflows at a new kind of Warmth in Winter Conference Histories to …

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Commemorative Quilt Presented to TWK Annual Conference

Commemorative Quilt given by Threads of Faith Ministry of Temple UMC, Millington, TN on behalf of Memphis Annual Conference 1840-2021 presented to new Tennessee-Western Kentucky Annual Conference June 3, 2021 There once were two annual conferences of the UMC called the Memphis Annual Conference and the Tennessee Conference.  These conferences were divided by a beautiful, …

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