America’s Center Convention Complex, St. Louis, site of the 61st General Conference Session. | Courtesy General Conference
The hybrid Session—held in person, as well as online—is open to the public and all are welcome to see the global church in action during the business sessions, listen to inspirational devotional messages and hear reports from across the globe on how the church is spreading the Gospel and impacting people.
If you can’t attend in person, you can follow the news online via Adventist News Network and the Adventist Review. The full schedule and more information are available at www.gcsession.org
Of the 2,671 delegates, the following 13 will represent the Lake Union at the General Conference Session in Indianapolis:
Elizabeth Beltre, Indiana Conference member
Jonathan Burnett, Illinois Conference pastor
Kenneth Denslow, Lake Union Conference president
Jonathan Fetrick, Wisconsin Conference pastor
Cody Francis, Michigan Conference ministerial director
Garth Gabriel, Lake Region Conference president
Doris Gothard, Lake Region Conference member
John Grys, Illinois Conference acting president
James Micheff, Michigan Conference president
Titus Naftanaila, Wisconsin Conference president
Elden Ramirez, Lake Union Conference executive secretary
Glynn Scott, Lake Union Conference treasurer
Vic Van Schaik, Indiana Conference president
You can get more information on church governance, including how delegates are selected, here.
Let’s prepare for our upcoming General Conference Session by spending time with God in prayer, asking for His will to be done in His Church.