Come 'Connect' with us at the 2016 Fall Gathering


"Connections" is the theme, and Connecticut Conference Associate Conference Minister for Leadership and Vitality Rev. Da Vita "Day" McCallister will be the keynote speaker at the Florida Conference 2016 Fall Gathering in Sarasota Oct. 21-22. "How do we work for the 'Common Good' in a world that is increasingly centered on individual accomplishments and personal satisfaction? What role does the Church play in drawing our attention outward and upward to engage the community and honor the earth? Who has the gifts to lead in turning toward one another and resisting the temptation to turn against each other? Who can gather the church?" The annual meeting keynote will engage all of these questions and provide an opportunity for you to ask a few questions of your own. Come let us worship and reason together. -> Register now! ->

Call for resolutions

The Board of Directors of the Florida Conference is calling for resolutions for the 2016 Fall Gathering Oct. 22 in Sarasota.The Board welcomes resolutions from churches, ministry teams, groups and committees in our Conference community. Resolutions should reflect your issues of concern regarding the kinds of initiatives and commitments that you would like the Florida Conference to embrace. Please review one of the following resolution letters for additional details.
-> Resolutions letter as a pdf | Resolutions letter as a Word document ->


Register now for 2016 Retired Clergy Retreat

Reconnect with old friends and colleagues and become better informed about the world we live in and ways you can make a difference at the 2016 Retired Clergy Retreat at the new Florida Conference headquarters in Orlando Sept. 28-29. (Please note that we cannot guarantee the availability of rooms at the DoubleTree by Hilton or the discounted rates we've negotiated after Aug. 29. If you plan to attend and will need a room, we urge you to register on or before Aug. 29.) -> Register now! ->

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We are currently in the process of reimagining our website. On this temporary, transitional home page, you'll find links to content on the previous version of our site. Our new site will launch sometime in 2016.