The annual conference is composed of 265 congregations in six districts in Colorado, Utah, and two-thirds of Wyoming. Hispanic/Latino ministries are growing and vital in some areas, but are not finding traction in others. Cesar’s appointment in 2015 represents an attempt to establish a coordinated approach to Hispanic/Latino work across the conference, which includes 1.5 million Hispanic/Latino people, or 17.5 percent of the population.
The RMC Committee on Hispanic/Latino Ministries strives to embrace the message of the Gospel alongside our culturally diverse communities located throughout Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. The committee works to strengthen our Hispanic and Latino congregations by offering educational resources, church planting support, and leadership development trainings.
Are you interested in becoming a certified Lay Servant in your local congregation? If so, there will be Spanish-language advanced lay servant class held at Bethany UMC in Denver on April 27 and 28. Over the course of this two-day training you will learn what it means to be a Lay Servant and the ways in which you can use your gifts to serve the Hispanic/Latino communities in the Rocky Mountain Conference. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
The 2018 Joint Annual Conference Session for Rocky Mountain and Yellowstone conferences will be held June 7 to 10, 2018 at the Eccles Conference Center in Ogden, Utah. As we gather together as a Mountain Sky Area for the 2018 Annual Conference Session, we will continue to focus on our quadrennial theme of "Living Into Beloved Community" and explore what it means to engage with our neighbors who experience homelessness and insecurity in their lives.
Mission u is a cooperative event in the Rocky Mountain Conference sponsored by the United Methodist Women and the broader Church.
MARCHA - Metodistas Representando la Causa de los Hispano Americanos
Email Youngsook Kang - Director of Mission & Ministry
Email Laurie Day - Assistant Director of Mission & Ministry