Annual Conference 2013 News

Annual Conference 2013 News

The 2013 session of Holston Annual Conference was held June 9-12 in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina.

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Bishop Taylor preaches at her first Holston Annual Conference as resident bishop.
AC Monday: Sunday's precipitation doesn't dampen expectation

Forty years ago on June 9, it rained in Decatur, Ga., just like it did last night outside Stuart Auditorium. Bishop Mary Virginia Taylor remembers that, because 40 years ago, she married the Rev. Rusty Taylor. At last night’s opening worship for ...

Lake Junaluska is in bloom for its 100-year anniversary!
AC Sunday: Welcome, brothers and sisters to Lake Junaluska

  Welcome to the 2013 session of the Holston Annual Conference, held today through Wednesday at Lake Junaluska Assembly. This year’s Annual Conference is comprised of nearly 2,000 clergy and lay members representing 889 churches and 12 districts in ...

Rev. Stella Roberts (above, left) and Rev. Rev. Rusty Taylor (above, right) will join the extended cabinet.
Bishop Mary Virginia Taylor announces staff changes

Bishop Mary Virginia Taylor has announced changes in the 2012-2013 Holston Conference Extended Cabinet. The Rev. Stella Roberts will serve as director of connectional ministries effective June 26. Anne Travis, who held that position for 13 years, ...

The Dave Slack Trio will play jazz for Tuesday night worship.
10 things you need to know about Annual Conference

  It's Holston Annual Conference time again. Imagine that. Are you going? If you aren't attending, skip down to #9 for information on live streaming and online news. If you are attending Holston's big yearly meeting -- held June 9-12 at Lake ...

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Join the Key Club! Fight malaria

  Got any old keys lying around? Keys that you haven't used in years and have no idea where they fit? Why not put them to good use saving lives? The Keys To No Malaria Club is a project of the Benton/Chestuee Youth Group, evolving from an idea ...