Welcome to our 2020 Annual Conference virtual displays!
If you see a ministry you would like to know more about simply:
We hope you enjoy the wealth of information you will find for each ministry. Thank you for your continued support for these ministries and the organizations that seek to serve you through our connection. For questions or additional information, please contact: Allison Lindsey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wesley Glen Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit extension ministry of the South Georgia Annual Conference that provides excellent care for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in a Christian environment. Wesley Glen offers 24-hour a day care in Group Homes on our main campus in Macon, in residential neighborhoods in the Central Georgia area and in St. Mary’s, Georgia. We also operate a Day Program on our Main Campus that serves our Residents and other adults with IDD from the community. Your support of our ministry is greatly appreciated!
Dr. Tyler Plaxico
Wesley Glen Ministries, Inc.
Magnolia Manor proudly serves older adults in communities throughout South Georgia. Our nine locations provide various levels of care.
Governed by a Board of Trustees, Magnolia Manor provides a loving Christian environment and a caring staff, ensuring the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of residents and their families.
Services include a wide array of independent retirement living options, assisted living, personal care, skilled nursing care, rehabilitative therapy and specialized memory care. Currently, 1,100 employees provide care for nearly 1,300 older adults on nine Magnolia Manor campuses in South Georgia.
For more information contact:
Senior Vice-President of Church Relations
Rev. Henry Bass
Wow! 2020! What a year of firsts and a year of new perspectives.
We have had and continue to have the opportunity to reflect and
rediscover what we already know:
- Knowing we are better when we all work together.
- Knowing everyone deserves a seat at the table.
- Knowing everyone has a story to tell.
- Knowing everyone has equal value in the eyes of God.
- Knowing to seek a balance in our lives to include respite.
- Knowing each day is a gift and everyday a miracle given to us by our Lord and Savior.
With your support and prayers, we continue to serve people on the margins, be it as always, virtually, by phone, curbside, and/or delivery. We are grateful for each of you.
We continue lifting you in prayer for decisions made at this conference, and for your health and safety.
Asbury Seminary is a multi-denominational graduate school committed to teaching the unchanging truth of orthodox Christianity. Traditionally Wesleyan, Asbury Seminary welcomes more than 1,700 students from 90+ denominations and 40 countries. Locations in Memphis, Tulsa, Colorado Springs, Kentucky, Orlando and online allow students to pursue their degrees in a residential, cohort or online class.
Almost 100 years later, the Seminary has more than 11,000 graduates serving in every time zone around the world through social justice initiatives, government, art, mission organizations, education and the church. Alumni serve around the world in 77 countries, all 50 states, and in more than 157 denominations.
Even in the uncertainty of this upcoming fall semester, the UM Commission is committed to working within all accessible lanes to support our campus ministries and colleges. College is
a unique crossroads for people of all walks of life, and we cherish the opportunity to disciple them before they are launched into the world. It’s for that reason we see the work of campus
ministry as essential to growing the Kingdom of God today.
The best way to know this impact is to hear from the very people who have experienced it. Here are just a few alumni of the Wesley Foundations and colleges in Georgia sharing their stories,
and how these institutions shaped their lives.
Remember when “good” was good enough? Us too. Seems not too long ago a website only needed a directory and an address to help people find your church. Nowadays, you have to have videos, photo sliders, and cool effects on when you move your cursor over an icon. Also, your website now has to shape-shift its dimensions anytime someone visits it on a mobile device.
At the Foundry, we’ve heard these frustrations a plenty, but we want to make things better. Because college students spend at least half of their lives through their phones and laptops, most of our staff had been learning how to make things better in digital media long
before the pandemic struck. They have the tools and know-how to help your ministry improve its digital presence, wherever it feels the need to get better. We are more than happy to come along and help, and also do it at a price point that won’t rock your budget.
Since its founding, the United Methodist Church has spoken to the issues of the day as an expression of the Wesleyan commitment to social holiness. The 2020 revised Social Principles continues this tradition.
After an eight year journey and a deeply United Methodist experience of revision, the General Conference is called to approve a document with a strong theological grounding and a more focused, succinct, and globally meaningful form.
Church and Society stewarded the revision process, creating a teachable document that the whole church can use.
Georgia PAUMCS is an organization of North and South GA UMC Administrators in local churches, district and conference offices, and connectional organizations throughout the state. Through PAUMCS, your staff will enjoy opportunities for personal growth, learning, and support to benefit your organization.
• Annual Conferences around the state offer workshops on a variety of topics, including office manage- ment, fiscal responsibilities, public relations, communications, sensitivity training, spiritual growth, local mission opportunities, and more.
• Members earn continuing education credits at both state and national PAUMCS conferences.
• Networking opportunities create new friendships and resources, and provide venues for sharing ideas and best practices that can be applied in your own areas.
For more information on how your church or organization can benefit, contact GA PAUMCS President LouAnn McLain, Christ UMC, Warner Robins, email@example.com or Membership Chair Jackie Powers, Gainesvlle UMC, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Georgia United Methodist Foundation was founded in 1984 as a nonprofit
extension ministry of The United Methodist Church. Our mission is empowering people to change lives! We offer financial solutions, resources, and training to United Methodist churches, ministries, and individuals within Georgia.
For Individuals, we offer Planned Giving Strategies, Certificate Investments,
Scholarships, and a Clergy Financial Literacy Academy. For Churches and Agencies, we offer Investment Management Services, Loans, Certificate Investments, Training and Workshops for Endowments and Legacy Ministry, Planned Giving Strategies, Wills Clinics, and Cemetery Associations. Please take a moment and click on our Video to find out more about how we can help you and your church family.
Caring Connection Chaplaincy is passionate about serving and ministering to law enforcement personnel, their families, and the civilians they encounter and serve in the line of duty. Recipients of our services include personnel in local police departments, the Georgia Department of Public Safety, Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. We serve approximately 2000 plus law enforcement personnel and civilians per year. Our outreach programs center on spiritual self-care in law enforcement, incident response and debriefings, and helping to facilitate special events such as law enforcement days organized through local churches.
WMEI is a cooperative missional ministry of World Evangelism (WME), World Methodist Council, and Candler School of Theology that offers opportunities for study and research in the nature and practice of contextual evangelism.
In partnership with churches around the world and engaging a multiracial and multinational faculty, WMEI brings world evangelism leaders, lay and clergy, faculty, and students together at Candler and other places abroad, and sends faculty to different countries to share insights and learn from the experience of others. Connecting, encouraging, mentoring, resourcing, training, and providing cross-cultural experiences in world evangelism, WMEI has been instrumental in the work of strengthening the pan-Methodist/Wesleyan family as a mission-driven movement, situated in time and space, each culture and conjuncture.
Bitner Henry Insurance is one of the largest independent insurance agencies specializing in insuring churches and ministries in the US. Established in 1938, Bitner-Henry Insurance is now a fourth-generation family owned and operated company. Over the years, we have grown to serve over 6,000 customers across 9 states.
Partnered with our preferred insurance carrier, Brotherhood Mutual, we can offer a specialized insurance program, crafted to the unique needs of your organization.
Whether it be cost-effective coverage, advice on safety and security issues, or just knowing there's a friendly voice that can simplify your problems, together, we are working every day to serve your organization's needs. It is a great joy and privilege to provide insurance solutions and risk management for those who are making a difference in the lives of others.