AC 15 Registering Your Attendance

To record your attendance: Turn in your signed Roll Call card and pick up your nametag from the Registration Team at Annual Conference.

Annual Conference members received a Roll Call card in the mailing with their PreConference Book / Journal Vol. 1. To register your attendance, sign the Roll Call card and turn it in to the Registration Team at Annual Conference. When you turn in your signed card, you will receive your nametag, which is your official credentials to participate in the business of Annual Conference.
 

Express Registration

On Sunday, clergy and lay members can turn in their Roll Call card and pick up their nametag at the tables outside Bill Battle Coliseum. In case of rain, the tables will be moved to the rear of the coliseum floor.

  • Express registration will be open: Sunday: 2-8 p.m.
     

Registration Team

Members of the registration team will be available in the Theater Lobby throughout Annual Conference to receive Roll Call cards and distribute nametags to members.

The Registration Team is also available to assist Reserve Members who need credentials to take the place of a lay member, to help those who need to be added to the Annual Conference membership role and to replace lost nametags.

  • Sunday: 2-8 p.m.
  • Monday: 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 7 a.m.-noon

All Annual Conference members should make sure their attendance is recorded. It is the duty of every member and all provisional members and local pastors of the annual conference to attend its sessions (¶602.8, 2012 Book of Discipline). Clergy members who cannot attend any business session of the Annual Conference must report by letter or e-mail to the Conference Secretary and copy your District Superintendent stating the reason for the absence.
 

Note: Only Annual Conference Members receive credentials (nametags). For questions regarding your membership status, contact Conference Registrar Doris McCullers at dmccullers@umcna.org, 205-226-7950 or 800-239-7950.

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