Who Are We as the People of the Baltimore-Washington Conference

Part 3 begins April 13, 2020 at 7:00pm on Zoom, with Pastor Laura

This is the third and final 6-week segment of the Who Are We? series. If you have not been part of the first two segments, not a problem. You are still welcome to join this third segment.

This segment of the study explores our identity as people called United Methodists within the Baltimore-Washington Conference. Our ancestors, who lived out their faith in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and the panhandle of West Virginia, created this vibrant expression of church and made disciples of Jesus Christ close at home and throughout the world. As one of 54 annual conferences in the United States, we have the honor of being the cradle of Methodism in America and pointing, in connection, to a future of hope.

Just as in any family, there are members and stories that make us proud and those that make us question ourselves. You will be learning directly from a descendant of one of the earliest Methodist movement-makers, from those whose family roots go deep in their local churches, from people who have laid their lives on the line for justice and faith, and from those who are just discovering the possibilities and joy of being a part of the Baltimore-Washington Conference.

Contact Gina Dawson to do a Zoom test or sign up, and you will receive the Zoom credentials for this gathering (link, phone numbers, password, etc.).

gdawson@faithworkshere.com

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