The California-Pacific Conference of The United Methodist Church

“We all agreed that there are certain core values that we live out in our Jurisdiction and the most important is that all are welcome in the house of God and no one should be excluded from the love of God.”

Reflections from the Western Jurisdiction Meetings (March 2019)

Special Worship Service

Sunday, March 3, 2019, 6:00PM
Pasadena First United Methodist Church

With the theme of, “I see a new church,” the 35th Annual Session of the California-Pacific Conference will take place at University of Redlands (Redlands, CA) from June 13 thru 15, 2019. Pre-conference events begin on June 12, 2019.

the 35th annual session of the california-pacific conference

Become a vital presence in your community – learn how to fund community service and social justice concerns through partnering with outside agencies and funding projects beyond the Annual Conference resources.

rev. j. anthony boger, community development that revitalizes the church event 2019 @irvine

I wish conversations about emotions and emotional health were more prevalent in our communities of faith. I wish every young person in southern California had tools to understand, express and grow in their emotional selves.

– Rev. Marlene Urban-Funk, Winter Camp 2019 @Camp Wrightwood

Melody will share her years of teaching experience with you to prepare you to be the leader of a Lay Servant course. We need you to help grow our Lay Servant Ministries though teachings.

called to teach 2019 (LSM)

Let’s take that step together! With a faith-based response to climate change, rooted in love and compassion of Christ, focused on our children and grandchildren, we can do more than just survive.

sparking a climate revolution (UMW) 2019 @yorba linda



2019 Charge Conference Forms

The 2019 Charge Conference Forms are now available via the button below.

Annually, a local church gathers information in preparation for the “Charge Conference” that is vital to transformation according to the Conference’s Four Priorities.


If we are to now grow and prosper, we are to move away from institutional maintenance and engage in real mission right where we live.

bishop grant j. hagiya, annual conference 2017