The Connectional Table discerns and articulates the vision and the stewardship of the mission, ministries and resources of The United Methodist Church as determined by General Conference and in consultation with the Council of Bishops.
In an effort to foster ongoing dialogue about topics of interest to the broader church, the Connectional Table will host a series of online conversations. The first will focus on human sexuality, our mission and United Methodist church law. The April 29 event begins with Bible study led by Bishop James Dorff, followed by a panel of United Methodist leaders and theologians who will discuss how we witness Christ’s love to the world in relationship to our doctrine.
The Connectional Table has been collaboratively engaged in:
- Identifying four areas of focus for churchwide ministry;
- Fostering and sustaining vital congregations
- Sponsoring research on the State of the Church;
- Laying the groundwork for equitable change as the Church grows worldwide.
About the Connectional Table
Established by the 2004 General
Conference, the Connectional Table
oversees the coordination of mission,
ministries and resources across