Upcoming Events

The YoungER Men’s event has been cancelled.

Leading an Effective Meeting

September 25, 2018
6:30 PM (central time)

Effective meetings will encourage participants to be fully engaged in the meeting and act on what is learned/discussed. But effective meetings don’t just happen! Come learn how to properly prepare and provide needed information to participants so they can act.

This webinar will cover the following:
1. Types of Meetings
2. Outcomes for meetings
3. Effective Meeting Management & Leadership

At the conclusion the participants will
1. Understand meeting purposes; why do we need them and what are common expected outcomes?
2. Be able to describe resource impacts of meetings.
     – What are the key phases of a successful meeting?
     – What are some common causes of failure?
Please register for the meeting.  It is very important that you register so you will get the logon information:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  Please note that the way the webinar works is that you will be able to hear and see, but will not be able to talk in your microphone.  You will be able to chat or ask questions online.

SC Conference UMMen
Annual Business Meeting

Date: Saturday October 13, 2018

Place: Windsor UMC – 9500 Windsor Lake Blvd, Columbia 29223

Time:  8:30 am – 2 pm

This is an important meeting.  We will be electing New Conference Leaders.

Rev Dick Waldrep served as Chair of the nominations committee, which is made up of all District Presidents.

Recommended Proposed Slate of Officers

President Marvin Horton
Vice Pres. Alvin Glen
Treasurer  Charles Shipman
Secretary (2 candidates)  Kenny Bingham and Dyron Anderson

NOTE: Nominations can be made from the floor. However, the nominating committee would like to interview any potential officers..

We have made a great impact on men in SC and beyond.  These elections are important.  Pray for all who have agreed to be considered for leadership.  Continue to pray for our district leaders as they try to build teams in the districts



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