Annual Conference Session registration now available

4/14/2011


On-line registration for lay and clergy conference members of the 2011 North Georgia Annual Conference Session is now available.  All members are encouraged to register their attendance electronically at www.ngumc.org/ac2011register

There is a $30 registration fee for conference members.  Payment may be made on-line during the registration process via credit card or PayPal, mailed to Beth Barnwell in the North Georgia Conference offices at 4511 Jones Bridge Circle, Norcross, GA 30092, or provided on-site upon check-in at the 2011 Annual Conference Session at the Athens Classic Center.  

Conference session members may also sign up for various session opportunities via the on-line registration process.  Such opportunities include Extension Ministers Breakfast; Clergy Luncheon; Laity Luncheon; Local Pastor Luncheon; and the Clergy Retiree Luncheon.  Members may also order the 2011 North Georgia Conference Journal during the registration process. 

All meal reservations can only be made on-line, and must take place prior to June 6.  Payment for meals can be made during the on-line registration process via credit card or PayPal, or mailed to Beth Barnwell in the North Georgia Conference offices at 4511 Jones Bridge Circle, Norcross, GA 30092. 

Please note that payment for meals will not be accepted during the Annual Conference Session.  Lay and clergy conference members will receive a master meal ticket as well as their name tag upon checking in to the 2011 Annual Conference Session.  Entrance to meals without a master meal ticket will not be permitted.

For members unable to register via the conference website, on-site registration booths in the Athens Classic Center will be available to help you beginning 1pm on June 13 in the Athens Classic Center.  Payment stations for cash, check or credit card are available in both lay and clergy registration areas.

For more information, or assistance, please contact Beth Barnwell via email at bbarnwell@ngumc.org


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