Announcements

Normalizing Next Event: December 3rd @ Alamo Heights UMC



2022 Apportionment Notice

Reminder: 2022 Apportionment payments are due by Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 at noon. 

Thank you!

 



Consultation Forms * 2022-2023

Clergy and SPRC Consultation forms have been mailed out.
These forms are due to the District office no later than Friday, November 18th.

You can find electronic copies of both forms along with the letter from DS Marcus below. Do not hesitate to reach out to the office if you have any questions. 

SPRC Consultation Form

Clergy Consultation Form

Letter from DS 

Consultation Scheduler 



Charge Conference Forms are available!!

Access this year's Charge Conference fillable forms under the Resources tab or click here.

An agenda template for the Charge Conference meeting has been added to the Resources page as well as a list of the churches in each cluster. 

Below is the schedule for the cluster meetings:

October 16 - Yoakum cluster at Yoakum FUMC - 3 pm
October 23 – Bastrop cluster at Bastrop FUMC - 3 pm
October 30 - Gonzales cluster at Gonzales FUMC - 3 pm
November 6 – Seguin cluster at Seguin FUMC - 3 pm
November 13 – Victoria cluster at Victoria FUMC - 3 pm



Leadership Interest Surveys

The Crossroads District Nominations Committee has begun its work to fill vacancies for positions on various committees and organizations in the Crossroads District. To achieve this goal, we need nominations of members of congregations on our District whom you assess to be willing, capable and gifted in appropriate areas of service. 

Pray about members and leaders in your congregations and please consider serving yourself. All completed surveys should be turned in to the district office by March 31, 2022.

Below is a copy of the form mailed out to all churches as well as emailed to pastors.

Leadership Survey Form

Online Survey 



2022 Clergy Appointments

Click HERE to see the Conference Appointment changes for 2022.



ERT's assist a Family devastated by Flood Waters

While the rain appeared to be nothing unusual when this family looked out the window, upstream a Disaster was brewing. Heavy rains along the Gonzales/Wilson county line was causing the stream behind their house to rapidly rise. Within minutes water was entering the house and the homeowner rushed his family to escape down their road. Fortunately, all were able to make it out safely, but their home sustained significant water damage. ERT’s were able to remove the wet, soggy drywall and enable the family to return to their home, from their temporary shelter.

For more information about the Early Response Team program, go to www.riotexasresponse.org. Or visit our FaceBook site : riotxdr