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United Methodist Bishop C. Joseph Sprague, Chicago Area, presides over a May 7 session of the denomination's 2004 General Conference in Pittsburgh.

United Methodists set four-year budget

Delegates to the United Methodist General Conference engaged in several parliamentary gymnastic maneuvers before finally approving the four-year, $612.5 million budget proposed by the denomination’s fiscal agency. Read More

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General Conference 2004: News

General Conference 2004 United Methodist News Service stories Read More

General Conference 2004 Online Legislation Tracking

To track legislation, you should first familiarize yourself with an overview of how General Conference works or the specifics of the legislative process. Read More

General Conference 2004: Media Center

Resources for journalists and communicators Read More

About General Conference

General Conference is the top policy-making body of The United Methodist Church. Church law provides for a maximum of 1,000 delegates-half clergy, half lay. Read More