About the Conference
The Conference is the governing body of the Methodist Church under God. It has responsibility for the government, discipline, management and administration of the life of the Church. Members of the Conference hold a trustee responsibility. The Conference is also a place for worship, thanksgiving, Ordination and celebration.
The business of the Conference is done by seeking the will of God through conferring together. Members of the Conference are representatives, not delegates.
The Background page explains more about how the Conference came into being, what it does and who the members are.
The Conference meets for eight days from Thursday to the following Thursday around the last week of June or first week of July.
Background to the Conference
Who comes to the Conference?
Memorials to the Conference
Information for journalists
New to Conference