The Monthly Newsletter of the Western Methodist Justice Movement
Annual Conference Update
The annual conferences are over for this year, and nothing much has changed. In the West, we continue to make our witness on behalf of a church that fully embodies God’s life-giving love for all. So, we have taken strong stands through legislation and public demonstrations on a variety of issues related to our understanding of the call that Christ’s gospel places upon our lives:
- access to quality medical care;
- civil rights for transgender persons;
- access to public education for all sectors of our society;
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In This Issue:
- In The Know
- In The News
- Nuclear Weapons Treaty
- California Sanctuary Bill
- CA Attorney General Sues Dept. of the Interior
- CA Sheriffs Can Restrict Concealed Guns
- Becerra Challenges Trump Administration on Immigration
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The Western Methodist Justice Movement has written two resolutions for use in the June 2017 Annual Conference sessions in the Western Juristiction. These are in response to the Judicial Council ruling and the upcoming special called General Conference in 2019.
The resolutions are available for download in two formats: DOCX for recent versions of Microsoft Word and DOC for older versions. You will need to modify them for the format needs of your Annual Conference, and then read your Conference Journal for the rules regarding bringing items to the conference for consideration after the published deadline for petitions.
Read more: 2017 Suggested Annual Conference Resolutions
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