Can General Conference be Virtual?
An engaging conversation with Bishop Bickerton and Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai of The Connectional Table covers a range of compelling topics, including whether it’s prudent or fair to hold the in-person 2021 General Conference, church polity, and the power of the United Methodist connection. (November 2020)
This video interview is part of a series created for "Emerging: God Is Doing a New Thing in United Methodism," an online forum created by the Connectional Table to engage United Methodists with a diversity of perspectives from across our worldwide connection in thinking deeply about what is emerging at this time in the life of our connection.
Use the links below to view individual segments of the video pertaining to:
- The Power of the United Methodist Connection
- Polity and its Impact on the Future of the United Methodist Church
- Real World Implications for Another Delay to General Conference
Re-Opening Houses of Worship: The Intersection Between Religious Liberties and Congregation Safety
Bishop Bickerton heads up an informative and robust conversation with religious leaders and experts on
reopening houses of worship in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. (September 2020)