The following is a monthly view of the Conference Calendar listing the meeting and events of Conference ministries.  Please take note that each event might have a particular invited audience or stated purpose. 
To list a Conference event on the Conference Calendar, use the Communications Action Form.


August 2018

Orientation to Ministry 2018 (BOM)

August 4, 2018
10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Pasadena First United Methodist Church Event

Is God calling you to licensed/ordained ministry?

Finding Your Calling:  For all who want to pursue licensed or ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church.  This event satisfies the 2016 Book of Discipline, ¶312 requirements for the Orientation To Ministry.

Who Will Be There:  Board of Ordained Ministry Members and District Superintendents will gather to share information about ministry in the United Methodist Church.

What To Expect:  This will be a time of connection, information and discernment for all who are considering certification or ordination in the United Methodist Church.

For more information: Contact the Board of Ordained Ministry Administrative Coordinator, Cathy Wilson (, 626-824-2284).
Saturday, August 4, 2018
Pasadena:  First UMC
10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.


UMC Dodgers Night 2018 @Los Angeles

August 4, 2018
06:10 PM
LA Dodgers Stadium Event


AUGUST 4 @ 6:10 PM $55 all-you-can-eat Coca-Cola Pavilion. Deadline to order July 23rd.

Once again our seats are in the Right Field Coca-Cola Pavilion, and the ticket price INCLUDES all the Dodger Dogs, peanuts, nachos, popcorn, and Coca-Cola products you can consume (including bottled water). 

All tickets delivered via email, so email address is required.

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Strength for the Journey 2018 (HIV/Aids Task Force) @Angelus Oaks

August 7, 2018
12:00 AM
Camp Sky, Meadows Event

Strength for the Journey 2018 (Long Beach/Orange County)

:A Retreat for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS sponsored by California-Pacific Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.


  1. A Safe, Caring and Healing Environment.

  2. An Opportunity for Relaxation and Community.

  3. A Break from Regular Routines.

  4. A Place for Art and Recreation.

  5. Swimming, Hiking, Volleyball, Massage Therapy.

  6. Connectedness with Other understanding Persons.

  7. Opportunities for Group Discussions, Spiritual Guidance and affirmation of life.

  8. Time for Meditation, Reading, Journaling, Bible Study.  and much more.

Each person is free to participate as he or she chooses.  The retreat is open to anyone, without regard to religion, race, sex, or sexual orientation. (Confidentiality Highly Observed)

For more information, call or email one of these contacts listed:

Kenny Thomas (310)433-8230

Boris Nieto (562)544-4242

Jeffrey Nottke (714)721-0633

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Homelessness Meeting 2018

August 8, 2018
09:00 AM


Youth and Young Adult Worship 2018

August 24, 2018
12:00 AM