Conference Lay Leader Biography

Becky G. Hall grew up on a farm in Central Ohio.  She graduated from Tennessee Tech University, Cookeville, TN with a B.S. in Natural Resources, Minor-Biology, 2nd Minor-Business.  Becky is married to David Hall, retired Vice-pres.- TVA and now a United Methodist associate pastor.  She has two children-John and Rachel, both grown and two grandsons         

Her employment is Executive Director at Christ United Methodist Church, Chattanooga, TN.  

Community Involvement:  member of Metropolitan Handbells, Room At The Inn Volunteer,  Volunteers in Medicine Clinic board , Bethlehem Center (Inner City Ministry) board, Mustard Tree Ministries board, and  other charity involvement such as mission teams to Dominica, St. Martin, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Nicaragua, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Kenya, India, Costa Rica, South Sudan, and Cuba.

Becky has served or is serving in a variety of positions including the Scenic South District Lay Leader, chair of the Conference Congregational Development Committee, member of the Conference Strategy Team, member of the Annual Conference Planning Team, and a Natural Church Development Coach, a district UMW president and a Conference UMW officer as well as a teacher at School of Christian Missions and Mission U.  She was a delegate to the called 2019 General Conference, as well as the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 General Conferences.

Her hobbies are direct and play handbells, choir member, French horn player, Bible study teacher, as well as needlework, read, and watch any and all sports and of course play with her grandsons.

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