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Ten resolutions will be presented to South Carolina lay and clergy delegates to the 2018 Annual Conference, scheduled for June 3-6 at the TD Convention Center in Greenville.

Five resolutions – presented by United Methodist individuals, boards or affiliated organizations – address social issues. Five resolutions – presented by Bishop L. Jonathan Holston and the Bishop’s Cabinet – deal with church closings and charge-line changes.

All delegates are encouraged to review these items prior to Annual Conference:

Social Resolutions

Resolution Affirming Current Language in
Book of Discipline Regarding Human Sexuality
Resolution Designating Old Bethel UMC-Charleston
a United Methodist Historic Site
Resolution in Support of Just and Inclusive Policy
for Lay Volunteers and Lay Staff in Local Church Ministry
Resolution to Ensure That Every Child
in State Care Receives the Best Possible Care
Resolution to Support Equal Rights for Israelis and Palestinians
Living in What We Call The Holy Land –
From the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea

Cabinet Resolutions

Resolution Declaring the Closure of Andrews Chapel UMC-Latta
Resolution Declaring the Closure of Berea UMC-Cordesville
Resolution Declaring the Closure of Bethel UMC-Greenville
Resolution Declaring the Closure of St. James UMC-Columbia
Resolution Declaring the Closure of Zoar UMC-Sumter
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