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The Call

Vol. E17, Number 22

updated: November 20, 2017

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See our November 21 email edition

<p>During the Holston Annual Conference session in June 2017, Rev. Leah Burns reads a resolution requesting Lake Junaluska's apology.</p>

During the Holston Annual Conference session in June 2017, Rev. Leah Burns reads a resolution requesting Lake Junaluska's apology.

Here are some of the stories in the Nov. 21, 2017, email edition of "The Call":

> Lake Junaluska trustees apologize for racism
> 'Tis the season to give to others
> Accidental shooting at First Tellico Plains UMC
> UT students help Susannah's House grow preschool
> Voting continues to name 9 new districts
> State partners with Cokesbury to tackle addiction
> Bishops consider 3 models for church future

 

See complete Nov. 21 edition ...