Ever wonder how our Lord’s message has been spread in the last century here in the South by us Methodists? How different groups have changed the way we worship the Lord? Or how we have changed the way we design our church buildings? Maybe you would like to learn how the Methodist Publishing House came to be in Nashville or what influence Vanderbilt University has had on our Methodist faith. If you follow country music, then you might enjoy hearing about the Christian witnessing of some of the Grand Ole Opry greats. If you would be interested in any of these topics plus tours of Mt. Olivet Cemetery and the Upper Room Chapel and Museum in Nashville, then we invite you to plan on attending the Southeastern Jurisdictional Historical Society’s 2012 Annual Meeting being held at the UMW’s Scarritt-Bennett Center in Nashville from Monday July 9 through Thursday, July 12. The Tennessee Conference Historical Society is hosting the SEJ this year during the Tennessee Conference’s bicentennial year.
Registration deadline is April 9, 2012.