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Iowa Annual Conference

The Iowa Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church is a connection of some 158,000 people who gather in 760 communities of faith across the state, and as people of "open hearts, open minds, and open doors" are committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

  1. 2015 pre-Conference orientation

    the 2015 pre-Conference orientation for the Iowa Conference is presented in a video format, including an introduction by Bishop Trimble and Patty LaGree, presentations on: the 2016 budget by Terry Montgomery, Conference Treasurer; a health insurance proposal from the Board of Pensions by Rev. Beverlee Bell; the CCMC budgeting process by Rev. Karen Dungan, Assistant to the Bishop for Administration andRev. Dave Peterson; and the Design Task Force proposal by three members of that group. Send questions about the proposed budget to TellMeMore@iaumc.org

  2. 2016 proposed budget for the Iowa Conference

    The proposed 2016 Iowa Conference budget is described by Terry Montgomery, Conference Treasurer. Send questions about the budget to TellMeMore@iaumc.org

  3. Marks of a Methodist - Laity Day Keynote by Bishop Julius C. Trimble

    Marks of a Methodist is the theme of Bishop Julius C. Trimble's keynote address to the 2015 Laity Day with the Bishop. The remarks reference Steve Harper's book, Five Marks of a Methodist: The Fruit of a Living Faith. The event was held at Aldersgate UMC in Urbandale, IA (Sound quality improves after opening minutes.)

  4. Poverty to Opportunity - Laity Day remarks by Bishop Julius C. Trimble

    Poverty to Opportunity was the focus of Bishop Julius C. Trimble's second address to the 2015 Laity Day with the Bishop gathering. The event was held at Aldersgate UMC in Urbandale, IA

  5. In Pursuit of the Common Good

    In Pursuit of the Common Good, a lecture on social justice, was presented by Bishop Julius C. Trimble on April 23, 2015 at Iowa Wesleyan College.

  6. Roll Down, Justice!

    "Roll Down, Justice!" is an anthem commissioned in honor and memory Rev. Robert S. Crandall. "Let the vision take flight" is the hope for what people will receive from his life. "Roll Down, Justice!" was composer Mark A. Miller. "Roll Down, Justice!" It premiered on Sunday, April 19, 2015, at Grace United Methodist Church, Des Moines.

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