Find all the parts of the complete Minnesota Conference Official Journal and Yearbook 2021 below. Churches have permission to copy whatever parts they want, as many copies as they want, as long as it is for church-related purposes. None of the information should be copied and/or electronically distributed for any use apart from church business.
Please contact Conference Secretary Walker Brault if you have questions or wish to order a paper directory.
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Methodist is Minnesota date back to 1837, but it was not until 1856 that Minnesota officially became a Conference when the first Minnesota Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church was held in Red Wing, MN. Since the time, the Methodist church in Minnesota and around the world has seen various merges and reorganizations. The journals of the various antecedents of Methodist in Minnesota, including today’s United Methodist Church, have been digitized for use by all those interested in the history of Minnesota Methodists.
Digitized journals include:
For questions about past journals, contact Conference Archivist Heidi Heller.
1967-1969 Journal of the MN Annual Conference Methodist and the UMC
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church