The Administrative Council of Salado United Methodist Church (SUMC) met on Sunday, September 11, 2022. In a unanimous decision, the Council voted to remain in the United Methodist denomination. SUMC remains committed to the mission of the United Methodist Church which is “to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world”. 

About the UMC's Future

Disclaimer: The statements and opinions expressed in these resources do not necessarily reflect

those of Salado United Methodist Church, but are provided for your reference.

A Narrative for the Continuing United Methodist Church

Council_of_Bishops_Narrative_for_the_Continuing_United_Methodist_Church.pdf


Thoughts from Adam Hamilton, senior pastor of The United Methodist church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas

https://fb.watch/doBVzN3_Cw/   Adam Hamilton


A Future with Hope - Adam Hamilton

https://www.facebook.com/PastorAdamHamilton/posts/pfbid02uDw4bTktEXwCw3kjxxdKJSRdsgQx3FKSR6seFrZiHQNQCv5gfhfGu5dNCo6AdqAjl

 

“Look Before You Leap:  Examining the Choices Between The UMC and The GMC” Webinar hosted by Dr. Rebekah Miles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D_QfSOTbEM

 

“Who Has the Final Word?” Sermon By Dr. John Robbins

https://youtu.be/jQ9ImE1EUYQ

 

#BeUMC Videos (ctcumc.org)        

 

Disaffiliation FAQs from the Central Texas Conference

https://www.ctcumc.org/disaffiliation-FAQ


Is The United Methodist Church really...? (Part 1)

https://www.umc.org/en/content/ask-the-umc-is-the-umc-really-part-1


Is the United Methodist Church really...? (Part 2)

https://www.umc.org/en/content/ask-the-umc-is-the-umc-really-part-2