newsletters1: Contact Us1: District Staff1: Reach ONE for Jesus Plan1: Reach ONE for Jesus: Leaders Digging Deeper1: Southeast District CIRCUITS2: Southeast District Website ArchivesArchived from Southeast District Home Page - 2012Ash Wednesday Supper and Worship - Bishop Wallace-Padgett PreachingBishop Debra Wallace-Padgett Visits Southeast DistrictDisABILITY Ministries Workshop in Southeast DistrictDuncan Memorial Hosts 5th Sunday SingingDynamic Worship & Workshops at SBC-21 Annual Training EventFlint Hill Involved in Acts of Love for Holy WeekFlint Hill Youth Hold Valentine Fundraiser for Local Crisis CenterFull Time Appointment Changes In Southeast DistrictLangdale UMC Members Send Cards of Hope to Newtown CTMission Support Month at Lineville First UMCNew Technology for Worship and Ministry at Dadeville First UMCnewsletter draftSeder & Easter at Lineville First UMCShrove Tuesday Celebration at Red Ridge UMCSoutheat District Churches Poised for 2013Stryker to Lead Ethnic Ministries in North Alabama UMCSupport SIFAT Today!Voices of Praise on Tour at Duncan Memorial, Dadeville First...Wedowee Lighthouse Soup Kitchen moving to new home
About Southeast District
The Southeast District is one of eight districts in the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church.
There are one hundred and five United Methodist Congregations in the district. The district covers Chambers, Clay, Coosa and Randolph counties as well as parts of Talladega and Cleburne counties.
Our mission conforms to the commission of Jesus and the mission of all Unite Methodist churches. Our mission is to reach more people for Jesus Christ. Each year we are getting better at communicating the gospel and serving as churches to disciple new believers.
The District Superintendent is Dr. Richard L. Stryker, III. The District Lay Leader is Mr. Bob Neighbors. Reverend David Carboni is the Assistant to the D.S. and Mrs. Debby Webb is the Administrative Assistant. These persons, along with various committees of the district and cluster leaders work along with churches to fulfill the mission of the church by means of the priorities.