New in 2017..... Quarterly statements will be sent to Pastors & Treasurers. Churches are encouraged to pay District Apportionments early.
2017 Missouri Conference Apportionments
Please contact the District Office for your print out.
Administrative Reports and Planning Schedule
Checklist of Administrative Tasks by Month (see pages 4-5)
A resource for clergy and local church leaders to help with the planning and scheduling of the administrative work of the local church. Includes planning for meetings with the District Superintendent, scheduling of meetings with the required administrative committees of the church to accomplish the work of the charge conference, a month by month checklist (pages 4-5,) and information related to apportionments, year end reports, church audits, parsonage reports, etc.
Access to a free online edition of The Book of Discipline, 2012 at Cokesbury.
Boy Scouts of America
The Greater St. Louis Area Council contact person is Jim Marchbank firstname.lastname@example.org
phone (314) 995-1999
Highest Ideals Brochure
Clergy Sexual Ethics-FAQ
A downloadable resource for Clergy and Churches
The school is held at Central Methodist University in Fayette, MO each spring for Certified candidates for Licensed and Ordained Ministry who will be appointed to serve a local church. (The Book of Discipline 2012, Paragraphs 310-319.) Cost and other details can be found on the conference webpage.
MissionInsite is a company that supports the mission of the church around the world by providing denominational agencies and congregations a cost-effective, innovative system that includes:
High quality demographic research
Real-time congregant analysis
Easy to use web-based discovery tools
All United Methodists are called to be good stewards of the planet. One of our Social Principles about the Natural World explains: “All creation is the Lord’s, and we are responsible for the ways in which we use and abuse it. Water, air, soil, minerals, energy resources, plants, animal life, and space are to be valued and conserved because they are God’s creation and not solely because they are useful to human beings.”
This video features stunning images of nature along with the beautiful words of a prayer written by United Methodist Bishop Ken Carter when he was a pastor in North Carolina in 2005.
Titled “A Song of Ascents” in Scripture, Psalm 121 marks life’s journeys. The sacred song is believed to have been sung by pilgrims traveling the ancient road to Jerusalem but, over the ages, has become known to many by a more familiar name: “The Traveler’s Psalm.” The words serve as a guide for the journey and a reminder God is watching over us every step of the way.
To help guide our thinking and acting about how we live in, and are in engaged in ministry in the world, The United Methodist Church has created statements to guide the church in its efforts to create a world of justice.
Central Methodist University
Thinking about your college career? Central Methodist University offers an excellent opportunity with their UMC student tuition prgram. Check it out here