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SPECIAL EPISODE: The UMC General Conference Delay

February 26, 2021 • Hosts: Bob Kaylor and Stephanie Greenwald

In this special episode, Bob and Stephanie talk with WCA President Keith Boyette about the announced delay of the UMC General Conference to 2022 and what that delay means for the separation of the United Methodist Church and for the Wesleyan Covenant Association. Keith also discusses the implications and opportunities for local churches, pastors, and laity who continue to look forward to the launch of a new traditional Methodist denomination. Read the press releases: Committee of General Conference: https://www.resourceumc.org/en/content/General-Conference-Postponed-to-2022 Council of Bishops: https://www.unitedmethodistbishops.org/newsdetail/bishops-call-special-session-2021-15074669

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