March 19, 2021
Bishop Peggy A. Johnson announces the following appointments & assignments effective July 1, 2021, unless otherwise stated:
North District
  • Rev. John Mylecraine (Licensed Local Pastor) to serve Summit Hill UMC, quarter-time, effective July 1, 2021. This appointment is in addition to Rev. Mylecraine's quarter-time appointment to Nesquehoning: Meed's Memorial UMC.
Eastern PA to hold 2nd online Annual Conference May 20-22
General, Jurisdictional conferences to meet twice in 2021, 2022

Amid shifting schedules of major United Methodist Church conferences this year, the 236th session of the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference, May 20-22, is the only one not postponed from 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The shortened annual session will take place mostly online for a second consecutive year, after making history with that first-time format in 2020. The annual Clergy Session is set for Thursday, May 20, at 9 AM, and the Laity Session at 1 PM—both online. The Conference’s opening worship and business session will begin on Friday, May 21, at 9 AM. And a Conference teaching session will begin at 2 PM. Learn the latest plans for Annual, General and Jurisdictional conferences…   
2021 Annual Conference Resolutions
All resolutions were submitted to the Conference Secretary, the Rev. Jacqueline Hines, by March 5. Conference members are invited to submit suggested changes or questions about the resolutions. Any revisions the authors make to their initial resolutions, in response to questions and suggestions, will be due to the Conference Secretary by April 2. Perfected resolutions will be published by April 13. Instructions: Submitting Friendly Suggestions to the 2021 Resolutions
Session’s diverse speakers to promote outreach, evangelism
This year the Eastern PA Annual Conference, May 20-22, will again be a time when the voices and views of diverse leaders can be heard to inform, inspire and maybe even involve members in trying new approaches to 21st century evangelistic outreach ministry. 

Ideas for sharing the Christian faith to make new believers, while wrestling with challenges and opportunities for creative outreach ministry, will likely emerge from the wisdom of the Annual Conference’s four guest speakers and preachers. Learn more…
Conference members join outcry against anti-Asian American racism
Eastern PA Conference members are joining the outcry of voices speaking out against a reported, nationwide increase in racist verbal and physical attacks against Asian Americans. Those voices are growing in the wake of eight murders of massage parlor workers—including six Asian American women—March 16, in the Atlanta, Ga. Area.

Conference Commission on Religion and Race members are lamenting the spate of reported offenses that have risen especially over the past year. Many believe they are ignited by false, public and private blaming of Asian Americans for the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more…
Church leaders decry attacks against Asians
Authorities are still investigating the motive for the March 16 killings of eight people, including six Asian women, at Atlanta area massage parlors. But United Methodist leaders say the horrific violence occurred amid a pandemic-related rise in anti-Asian attacks in the U.S. that needs to stop. Sam Hodges reports. Read story
Racism must go, but how to get there?
Black United Methodists are hopeful that current efforts to eliminate racism in the denomination will be effective, but some remain wary. The "Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom" campaign is a churchwide initiative to dismantle racism and work toward racial justice. Jim Patterson reports. Read story. Black clergywomen share stories. New feature invites essays on racism
Bishop featured in Women's History Month video
Bishop Peggy Johnson reflects on her ministry and that of other clergywomen in this interview for the Conference Commission on the Status and Role of Women. Watch the video on Youtube.
Delegates say Bishops' plan oversteps bounds
A group of delegates is pushing back against the bishops’ plans to hold a virtual one-day General Conference and put off new U.S. episcopal elections this year.
“We believe that the Bishops’ plan, in its current form, constitutes an ‘episcopal overreach,’” said the statement circulated by General and Jurisdictional conference delegates in the United States. They released the document “Christian Conferencing: Discerning United Methodism’s Path through a Pandemic,” ahead of a closed-door Council of Bishops meeting planned for March 22. Learn more...
What keeps young adults from ordination?
The Lewis Center for Church Leadership conducted an informal survey to find out why young adults opted out of ordination in The United Methodist Church. The denomination's struggle around homosexuality emerged as a significant factor, but other factors contribute. Ann A. Michel reports on the results from the 239 respondents. Read story
Phila. Mission Link to celebrate Holy Week together
Like many churches across the conference, those in the East District’s Philadelphia Mission Link will celebrate Holy Week together. They will hold their annual Holy Week revival March 29 to April 1, with four nights of worship online at 7 PM. Their theme is “He’s Still God.” Arch Street, Historic St. George’s, Tindley Temple and Haven Peniel UMCs will take turns hosting from Monday through Maundy Thursday. Open the flyer to see Zoom access information and learn more. 
Church seeks partners to bring ‘Living Waters’ to places in need
Conshohocken UMC’s 80 members believe in the adage, “Through God, all things are possible.” In addition to serving in mission with local neighbors, “ConshyUnited” works with  Living Waters for the World to share the gift of clean, sustainable water with community partners in Kenya, Cuba and soon, at the Karama Education Center located in Uganda.

“I feel that I've been called to do this work because God has given me so many blessings in life,” says Dave Patterson, who with his wife, Pat, helm the ConshyUnited Living Waters team. “One of the ways that I can do that is by providing clean water, one of the most valuable resources that we have in this world, yet one that millions of our brothers and sisters do not have.” Learn more…
Cabinet to visit North District March 23
Bishop Peggy Johnson and her Extended Cabinet will visit the North District for their annual Mission Workday on Tuesday, March 23. The visit, which happens annually during Advent, was postponed in December due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.

After sharing mid-morning greetings and food packages with automobile passengers lined up outside of St. Peter’s UMC Emerald, the Bishop and Cabinet will tour and enjoy lunch at The Gathering Place in nearby Weissport. 

The Rev. Steve Morton, North District Superintendent, has invited pastors and laity from around the community to come join them. But they must register in advance with the North District office, due to gathering restrictions during the pandemic. 
Weekly Preaching Forum begins April 6
Join us for a conference-wide Preaching Forum on Zoom to help us plan Revised Common Lectionary-based sermons every Tuesday, beginning April 6. Enjoy a weekly, one-hour, profitable exchange of ideas, inspiration and information about preaching resources. Gifted presenters will share their notes on each week’s chosen text and then lead the forum in conversation. We will explore each text’s historical circumstances and present-day perspectives, plus ideas for application and initial thoughts for sermon movements, etc.
For now, we will focus on texts for the upcoming Sunday. But we may adjust to add more lead time in the future. This initial, experimental preaching forum will run for 12 weeks until June 22. Register today!
Book giveaway planned at webinar on travel
Travel author and public television host Rick Steves plans to give away five autographed copies of his book "For the Love of Europe" during his online discussion on "Travel as a Spiritual Act." The United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry event is scheduled for 8 p.m. U.S. Central time March 23. Read press release
UMM Day of Worship
The United Methodist Men of the Northeastern Jurisdiction will sponsor a National Day Of Worship on Saturday, May 27, 1 to 3 PM, on Zoom. The theme is “Making Our Presence Known to Make God’s Presence Known.” Click here to download and print the flyer. Zoom access links are found there. Help spread the word. This event is open to men and women everywhere. 
Asian American caucus announces name change
The National Federation of Asian American United Methodists is now officially the New Federation of Asian American United Methodists. The group, which represents the collective mission and ministry of the 12 Asian American United Methodist caucuses, is being "rebirthed during a most turbulent and challenging time," the release said. Read press release
Church must break its silence on racial violence
In the aftermath of shootings at Atlanta area massage parlors that left eight people dead, including six Asian women, M. Garlinda Burton, interim chief executive for the United Methodist Commission on Religion and Race, said enough is enough. "The United Methodist Church is a community of faith called by The Almighty to transform the world for Jesus Christ. Yet, too many laity and clergy choose to stay shut in our homes and sanctuaries, pretending gun violence — coupled with racism and sexism taken to extremes — is not a church problem," she writes. Read commentary
Celebrating first Native Interior secretary
United Methodist Native Americans have sent a letter of congratulations to Secretary Debra Haaland, the first Native American head of the Interior Department and any cabinet office. The Interior Department manages public land and houses the Bureau of Indian Affairs. "We will commit to keeping her in dedicated prayer and stand ready to assist in whatever ways we can to work for the benefit of the seven generations," the denomination's Native American International Caucus said. Read press release (PDF)
Meharry provides vaccines and peace of mind
A United Methodist medical college serves as a COVID-19 vaccination site in an underserved neighborhood and is easing the concerns of some who mistrust the medical community. Joey Butler reports and Mike DuBose has photos. Read story
Preaching and parenting during a pandemic
NEPTUNE, N.J. — The Rev. Amanda Rohrs-Dodge was on only her fourth week of maternity leave when the pandemic shutdown began last March. With a new baby and 5-year-old twins at home and three churches between herself and her pastor husband, life became a juggling act. Rohrs-Dodge said her faith and knowing that "being a pastor is never a traditional 9-to-5 job" has gotten her through. Denise Herschel has the story. Read story
Pastor addresses vaccine hesitancy
WASHINGTON — The Washington National Cathedral hosted a March 16 event designed for faith leaders to show the world that receiving a COVID-19 vaccination is not only safe but also the right thing to do. One of those receiving a shot was the Rev. Ginger Gaines-Cirelli, lead pastor at Foundry United Methodist Church, who described being vaccinated as "a primary way that we love our neighbor." Read story
Hear the stories behind their stories on World Storytelling Day
United Methodist Communications invites United Methodists to join them in a special World Storytelling Day celebration on March 20 that provides a behind-the-scenes perspective on telling the stories of God’s work in the world through The United Methodist Church. Access to the special content will be available via Facebook Live at and on the denomination’s website at

Throughout the day, the agency will release exclusive video stories surrounding some of their popular articles, audio and visual presentations narrated by those who experienced them firsthand. The Truth Seekers and Storytellers: Behind the Stories series features United Methodist Communications’ writers, interviewers, photographers and others talking about the power of storytelling. Learn more...
Highlighting agency's mission focus
For many, mission is an essential part of their faith, and the same goes for United Methodist Men. The spring issue of UM Men magazine highlights the many forms of mission the agency promotes, both big and small. Read issue
Dismantling Racism: 'Are You Ready to See Jesus?'
COPENHAGEN — Bishop Christian Alsted of the Nordic and Baltic Area continues the Council of Bishops' series of Lenten devotions with a message based on John 12:20-26, titled "Are You Ready to See Jesus?" The series is themed to the churchwide Dismantling Racism initiative. Each Wednesday during Lent and every day during Holy Week, people can view a 15-minute recorded devotion led by a bishop and leaders from their episcopal areas. Watch devotionals
Webinar focuses on pandemic, refugees
LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. — The World Methodist Council is holding a March 25 webinar as part of a prayer week recognizing refugees, asylum seekers and migrants as vulnerable groups in the COVID-19 pandemic. United Methodists, including Bishop Rosemarie Wenner, will be among the webinar speakers. The hourlong event begins at 11 a.m. U.S. Eastern time. Register for webinar
Registration open for Christian unity workshop
Registration is open for the U.S. National Workshop on Christian Unity, to be held online April 12-15. The United Methodist Ecumenical and Interreligious Training will be held parallel with the workshop, so United Methodists can register for both events at the same time. California-Nevada Conference Bishop Minerva Carcaño plans to participate in a panel discussion about migrant ministry in the U.S. The registration fee is $75. To register
5 ways to revitalize amid pandemic
With increased vaccine distribution in sight, people are looking toward life returning to pre-pandemic normal again. But why settle for normal when something even greater is possible? The Rev. Rebekah Simon-Peter offers five ideas for revitalizing churches during the pandemic. Read commentary
UMPIP Announcement
Exciting news for churches! Paying a pastor’s UMPIP contribution will be simplified with your April Remittance Statement.

The Eastern PA Conference is participating in a test group of conferences in preparation for pension changes following General Conference. As of April 1, 2021, salary reductions for UMPIP contributions will be billed on the conference remittance form rather than in a separate billing from Wespath. Payments will be made to the conference and transmitted to Wespath along with our monthly payments.

Payroll deductions will remain the same for you – only the entity to whom the payment is made will change. The churches using Paychex will continue to record the clergy deductions in payroll, but they will no longer be automatically transmitted to Wespath. The church should send the clergy personal contribution amounts to the Conference along with any other remittance responsibilities.

For questions or concerns, please contact
We are God's Family: Personal encounters with racism
Our personal stories have the power to build awareness and understanding, to bridge divides and bring healing. UM News is inviting people to share their own personal stories about encounters with racism, as well as hopes and ideas for combating it. This forum is designed to foster dialogue and identify solutions to the problem.

Racism affects every person, regardless of background. It underlies issues such as poverty, hunger, discrimination, mass incarceration, and disparities in education, health care, income, job status and access to resources.

The United Methodist Church condemns racism as a sin and believes all people are of sacred worth. “[A]ll peoples and individuals constitute one human family, rich in diversity,” the church states in its Social Principles. 

Commentaries can be up to 900 words long and should be written from a first-person, personal point of view. Learn more and share your story
BOOM clergy mentor training resumes in April 
The Board of Ordained Ministry’s next two training sessions for clergy mentoring will be offered on Zoom April 7 and 8, at 9:30 to 11:30 AM. Register for one session or find out more by contacting the Rev. Andrew Krpata at Include name, email address, district, cell phone number, and if you are registered in UMCARES (not a prerequisite). Rev. Krpata will reply immediately and send the Zoom link the Monday after Easter. 

All ordained clergy or licensed local pastors who have completed the Course of Study are eligible to be mentors and to receive training. Additionally, all current mentors who have not had retraining within the past four years should register. To become a mentor one must be assigned a mentee.
Ace Hardware named ministry partner
The General Council on Finance and Administration has announced Ace Hardware as The United Methodist Church's newest vetted ministry partner. The partnership will allow churches to shop online and in local Ace Hardware stores and receive 10% off purchases.  Read press release
Celebrating Lent 2021
Please tell us how your church or Mission Link is observing Lent in special ways. Are you having weekly Lenten worship services or Bible studies, special events or ministry activities? Please tell us so we can spread the good word and let others know. Write to us at

Meanwhile, enjoy these articles and essays about making Lent meaningful through faithful action.
Experts to teach Eastern PA about COVID vaccines, variants
Save the date— Monday, April 12, 6:30-8:00 PM—for “Vaccines, Variants and the Road Ahead.” That’s the focus of an upcoming webinar on Zoom, sponsored by the Eastern PA Conference Global Ministries Team. The team includes members of the Conference’s former Health & Healing Council.
Two doctors of pharmacy will share what they know and can recommend about the three new vaccines now in use to fight COVID-19. Dr. Elsen Jacob, a pharmacotherapist, is an Assistant Professor at St. Johns University with a clinical residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Her sister Dr. Susan Jacob is a Clinical Pharmacist at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Both are earning Master’s degrees from ivy-league medical schools. They will tell us all about the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines and related concerns. Learn more...
Online seminary fair planned March 25
All 13 U.S. United Methodist seminaries and theological schools plan to hold a spring seminary fair March 25, at 3 PM. The online event is an opportunity to hear what each school has to offer. The United Methodist Board of Higher Education and Ministry also plans to offer information on scholarships and financing a degree. To register
African Americans, Policing webinar set for April 22
The Eastern PA Conference Urban Commission’s Fight for Floyd and Beyond Initiative will sponsor a webinar on “African Americans and Policing: Developing Healthy Police and Community Relationships” on Thursday, April 22, 6:30 to 8:30 PM on Zoom.

Participants leading the discussion will include:
  • The Rev. Eric Carr, a Police Chaplain in Southwest Philadelphia and pastor of St. Daniel’s UMC in Chester; 
  • Millicent Clark, a leader of Mid-Town Parish UMC and the 8th and Diamond Streets Neighborhood Advisory Committee in Philadelphia, and also managing director of UM Neighborhood Services.
  • Jamina Clay of the Colonial Area Anti-Racism and Social Equity Alliance, a community organization created in 2020 in Montgomery County.

The Rev. Gregory Holston, pastor of Janes Memorial UMC in Philadelphia, will give the “closing charge” call to action. He is a senior advisor on advocacy and policy in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Conference prayer meetings March schedule
The Eastern PA Conference’s half-hour prayer meetings, held on Tuesdays at noon by video-chat on Zoom, welcomes a new cadre of prayer leaders in March. Here is the line-up:

  • March 23 – Rev. Stacey Jones Anderson 
  • March 30 – Rev. Dr. Andrew FosterR

Here is the Zoom access information: Join at:
Meeting ID: 591 129 374. Or Call in: +1 646 558 8656
Cabinet to offer churches pre-recorded worship for April 11 
The Eastern PA Conference Cabinet will again provide a pre-recorded sermon to churches so they can give their pastors a preaching respite. However, this time the sermon, preached by Bishop Peggy Johnson, will come with an entire recorded worship service for April 11, the Sunday after Easter. That date follows what will likely be a busy Holy Week for many. 

Six clergy Cabinet members* recorded sermons as a gift for churches to use during Christmastide and Epiphany, from late December through January. Now lay Extended Cabinet members may join them in recording a full worship service—from the welcome, prayers and Scripture readings, to an offering stewardship message, to the invitation to discipleship and the benediction. 
Bishop Johnson will preach, and members of the South and North districts will provide recorded music. Learn more…
Bishop Johnson to meet with confirmands on Zoom, April 11
Bishop Peggy Johnson will host on Sunday evening, April 11, a conference-wide, online gathering with confirmation students, their leaders and mentors. The encounter on Zoom, at 7 PM, will include a devotion by Bishop Johnson, conversation and prayer with the confirmands, and a game led by the Rev. David Piltz, Conference Youth Ministries Coordinator. Register online to receive the Zoom access information.
‘Come to the Water’ 
Baptism photos, videos sought for Annual Conference
With the theme “Come to the Water,” the Eastern PA Conference’s Connectional Ministries will celebrate the ministry of baptism and confirmation in our Annual Conference in 2021. We would love to share photos, videos and stories of church baptisms and confirmations, if permitted by the families involved, as part of our celebration at Annual Conference and throughout the year.  

If you have or can obtain photos or videos of baptisms or confirmations performed by your church, please share them with us. Send them to our NEWSpirit Communications office at Photos of confirmation classes on Zoom are welcome, too.  

A selection of submitted baptism and confirmation photos and video scenes received by April 5 may be used in our Connectional Ministries video report to Annual Conference on May 21. Others may be used throughout 2021 in ongoing promotion of our theme “Come to the Water.” Learn more…
Virtual Urban Summit 2021, April 24 & May 1  
The Eastern PA Conference Urban Commission will sponsor its next Virtual Urban Summit with “Kick-off Events” on two Saturdays, April 24 and May 1, 10 AM to 12:15 PM on Zoom. With the theme “God Has Not Left Our Cities,” the two-day event will include a Virtual Urban Youth Summit and precede a series of three mini-Urban Summits being planned for later in the year. 

The main summit will feature “dynamic presenters who will share their abundant wisdom, energy and experiences to help stir up our gifts and passion for radical, innovative urban ministry,” say event planners. The Youth Summit will “tackle hard facts with faith and strategies in a town hall summit addressing issues of violence, trauma, substance abuse, and other concerns. They will create new ways to become peer advocates and birth innovative youth ministries.” A healing service will involve adults and youth serving in healing ministries in urban communities. 

Presenters confirmed include the Revs. Rudy Rasmus, Joseph Daniels, Myra Maxwell and Rashawn Clark. Breakout groups will explore an array of urban concerns and ministry opportunities.

The Summit is being planned for pastors, laity, deacons, youth, district superintendents, missioners, and other persons interested in Urban Ministry and being in ministry with the poor. A series of mini-Urban Summits on Zoom will follow in July, September and November 2021. A flyer and registration page will be published online next week.
This Holy Mystery: UM Study of Holy Communion   
The Eastern PA Conference Board of Ordained Ministry offers a new study of Holy Communion led by the Revs. Candy LaBar and Gary Knerr, in two sessions on Zoom: Saturday, April 24, 9:00-11:30 AM and Saturday, May 8, 9:00-11:30 AM
This Holy Mystery: A UM Study of Holy Communion, via Zoom, is designed to help all church leaders -- and in particular, licensed local pastors and lay-supply pastors -- to wrestle with this theological foundation of Holy Communion. 
To participate, individuals should read Gayle Carlton Felton's book This Holy Mystery (available at, including Wesley's sermon, “On the Duty of Constant Communion” (in the workbook). The registration deadline is Tuesday April 6. 0.5 CEUs will be offered to those who complete this course. You must participate in BOTH classes as they will not be recorded. Register today. Learn more…
2020 Statistical Reports due April 30
The Conference Treasurer’s Office e-mailed its Statistical Reports letter to churches this week, Completed reports are due by April 30, using the EZRA Data Management System of the UMC’s General Board of Finance and Administration at Each church’s online username is its six-digit GCFA ID Number, which can be found on its monthly remittance statement or its 2019 Statistical Report. 
There is one username per church; but more than one person can enter data by using the same password. For a password, type in “stat2020” (without quotation marks), using all lowercase and no spaces. Churches should contact their District Office if they need assistance . Learn More
New Houses of Worship Security Self-Assessment Tool
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides this Houses of Worship Security Self-Assessment Tool. Prepared by the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), it is a security planning resource useful for church facilities. This tool along with other faith-based resources are located on the Faith Based Organization-Houses of Worship (FBO-HOW) resource page,  Learn more…
Easter outreach resources available for churches
Many people in your community will be searching for a place to find renewal and hope this Easter. United Methodist Communications sells a wide variety of customizable outreach resources to invite people to church, including postcards, banners and digital tools. Use code “UMCEA21” to receive $150 off an order.  To order
Vanco now offers software for child care
Vanco, a digital-giving platform for churches, has acquired Smartcare, a provider of software specifically for child care centers. Vanco is part of the General Council on Finance and Administration's ministry partner program for churches. Read press release
Conference Leadership Opportunities for all!
The Conference Leadership Committee asks all clergy and lay members to use this Leadership and Service Interest Form to indicate how and where they are willing to serve on. Learn more...
Visit our Local Church Resources webpage
Do you find yourself wondering where you can obtain a 501(c)3 letter? Clergy W-2s? Various other bits of information that is crucial for churches? Look no further than the Local Church Resources page under the Administration tab on the EPA website and you can answer these questions.
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  • April 11: Bishop Johnson Zoom Meeting with Confirmands. Learn More.
  • April 16-18: Dismantling Racism, Level 1, Virtual. Register.
  • April 22: Policing in African American Communities Seminar. 6:30 PM on Zoom.
  • April 24 & May 1: Urban Summit. April 24th from 10 AM – 12 noon and May 1st from 10 AM - 12 Noon for Adults. May 1st from 12 Noon - 2 PM for the Urban Youth Summit.

  • May 1: "Relating with Clergy Spouses" workshop by Artos. From 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM on Zoom. Download the flyer. Register.
  • May 2: CONAM Spring Learning & Fellowship Event (Zoom)
  • May 15: Latino Holy Convocation and Assembly
  • May 15: Clergy Transition Workshop led by Dave Woolverton.9 AM - 11 AM via Zoom meeting. Download the flyer.  Register.
  • May 20 - 22: 2021 Annual Conference 

  • June 5: Cross Cultural Cross Racial Training for New CR/CC Appointments. 9 AM - 12:30 PM, via Zoom Meeting. Register.

  • August 6 - 8: Laity Academy

  • October 15 & 16: Domestic Violence Workshop. Friday October 15 from 7 PM – 9 PM & Saturday October 16th from 9 AM – 12 PM. Further details TBA.
  • Oct. 23:  Faith Sharing Evangelism Training w/ Olu Brown
  • Oct. 29 - Nov 1: Dismantling Racism, Level 1, Virtual. Register.
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