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The Rules of Procedure of the Northeastern Jurisdiction can be found by following the attached link. Any appeal from a church trial by the “appellant shall within thirty days give written notice of appeal and the same must be furnished to the officer receiving such notice….” For the NEJ, any appeal should be sent to the secretary of the Committee on Appeals. The officers for the Committee on Appeals include: President: Jen Ihlo (email@example.com); Vice President: Alyce Weaver Dunn (Johnstown.firstname.lastname@example.org); Secretary: Rene Perez (email@example.com). A complete listing of the committee is found under organization / other committees.
The Northeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church (NEJ) covers the 9
Episcopal areas (10 annual conferences) located in the area from Maine south to West Virginia. The Northeastern Jurisdiction is one of five US jurisdictions along with seven Central Conferences that serve United Methodists around the globe.
Our vision is to be a Jurisdiction led by transforming leaders serving growing congregations and Annual Conferences for the sake of Christ's mission in the world.
Select the Annual Conference near you to begin to discover how God is working through United Methodists in the northeast for the betterment of the world.
The NEJ Vision Table
Click here to learn more about the organizational structure of the NEJ.
NEJ College of Bishops
Click here to view a list of the bishops that serve the NEJ
UM General Agencies
The NEJ is home to five of the denomination's general boards and agencies. Click here for a list of United Methodist agencies.
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