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Trinity is a member of the Florida Conference of the United Methodist (UM) Church. The Florida Conference is a large, diverse grouping of 647 churches with countless ministries under its authority. The beauty of being a member church is that we are “connected” to all UM churches across the globe, for thatÂ connection works as an advantage to strengthen the denomination.
Through the connectional system, we have many resources at our fingertips. Here are a number of resources that members and viewers may find helpful:
The Florida UM Conference is the governing body of all United Methodist Churches in the Florida Conference. This is a link to the conference website https://www.flumc.org. The site is fairly comprehensive with information to answer most all questions. If not, they are just a toll-free phone call away at (800) 282-8011.
Helpful to church leaders, this website features short videos which portray the struggles congregations face, as well as informational videos designed to educate folks about the denomination and its inner workings. https://www.chuckknowschurch.com
Discipleship Ministries of the United Methodist Church (GBOD) provides leadership and resources in the areas of spiritual growth and development, including devotional literature, curricula, evangelism, worship, stewardship, and ministry of the laity. http://www.umc.org/who-we-are/board-of-discipleship
United Methodist Women News is a free newsletter for and by United Methodist Women. Hear stories of mission from United Methodist Women locally, nationally and globally and stay updated on United Methodist Women events and important news. Subscriptions are free. Click on this link to subscribe – Subscribe to UMW News.
InfoServ, a ministry of United Methodist Communications, is the official information service of The United Methodist Church. We’re your connection to the worldwide United Methodist Church. Ask any question about The United Methodist Church. We can assist you with:
- locating active and retired pastors and church leaders,
- researching historical and statistical data about the church,
- clarifying the denomination’s position on such topics as Holy Communion, baptism, worship and social issues,
- learning what The United Methodist Church is doing in response to issues such as war, disaster, or poverty,
- identifying opportunities for mission through service or financial gifts,
- understanding how your financial gifts support the ministries, mission and outreach of the church,
- suggesting resources for new and experienced leaders,
- learning about services, resources and staff at United Methodist agencies.