Annual Conference Dates and Deadlines

2019 Annual Conference dates and deadlines

Dec.31, 2018

Equalization Member Names
submitted by email to Conference Secretary, via District offices. 
MS-Word, format: Calibri or Arial 10.
Conference Secretary
Jan. 15, 2019
Legislation or Presentation Descriptions for the Annual Conference Session 
(not including reports that are only to be published in Pre-Conference Materials or Journal), please describe the topic and general concepts.
Agenda Steward
Jan. 15
Districts complete posting names & contact information
for Equalization members in NEUMC database.
Conference Secretary
Feb. 1 Lay Member Names posted in NEUMC database by or via District offices.
Conference Secretary
Feb. 15
All proposed agenda items, etc. or any other information
to appear in the Pre-Conference Materials are due.
(Note that reports and resolutions for publication in the
Pre-Conference Materials or Conference Journal are due to the Conference Secretary on or before April 1 – see below for requirements).
Agenda Steward
April 1 All Annual Conference reports, (not more than 700 words), proposed resolutions or any other information to appear in the Pre-Conference Materials are due.  Submit by email in MS-Word, format: Calibri or Arial 10.
Conference Secretary
Agenda Committee
April 1
All Reports (except District reports) for the 2019 Conference Journal,
due to Conference Secretary (not more than 700 words).  
Submit by email in MS-Word, format: Calibri or Arial 10.
Conference Secretary
Agenda Committee
May 1 Early bird registration for Annual Conference ends
Registrar
May 15 PowerPoint slides These must be pre-tested at Conference prior to presentation (need to be submitted one month before Conference begins).
Communications Director 
June 1 Online registration for Annual Conference ends
Registrar 
June 13-15 2019 Annual Conference in Manchester, NH

 

 

 

2020 delegation elections

Learn more about the process for becoming a delegate to the 2020 General Conference or Northeastern Jurisdicitonal Conference. Elections will take place during the 2019 Annual Conference session.

Voting members, make sure our database is updated:

Lay Members – If you are new, verify with your pastor that your name and contact information have been submitted to the district office for entry into the New England Conference database.

Equalization Members – For each year that you are elected an Equalization Member, the district office will enter the code for that year under your name in the New England Conference database. To qualify to vote, you must be an Equalization Member for the current year.

Clergy – If you are new or your Conference relationship has changed, the Board of Ordained Ministry (or sometimes the district office) will update your record in the New England Conference database.

Our goal is to make registration as uneventful as possible for you!

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