Atlanta College Park District


SAVE the Date

Running Out the Clock on Human Trafficking

The North Georgia Conference UMW along with a number of concerned organizations will host a 2-day event on January 25-26, 2019 at Hoosier Memorial UMC, 2545 Benjamin E. Mays Drive SW, Atlanta.  The campaign is called "Running Out the Clock on Human Trafficking."  A tailgating event will be held on Friday, January 25th starting at 5:00 pm.  A focus on awareness and action will be held on Saturday, January 26th from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.

We can all get education on the issue, become aware of warning signs and get involved in the fight against human trafficking.  It is a despicable crime and all of us need to be aware and help bring it to an end.

Everyone is invited - you, your neighbors, your sorority, fraternity, lodges, etc.

This is a FREE event, however registration is required at the UMW website

Questions, contact Jessica Godfrey,



PIP Enrollment - Even if you have completed your Clergy Financial Support online, you may have to resubmit because of the new PIP enrollment.  For everyone who is yet to complete the form, please be sure to enroll (or opt out) of PIP.  More information is on the conference website: https://  Please complete as soon as possible effective January 1, 2019.


Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Bishop’s Appeal for South Georgia Hurricane Recovery - Bishop Sue recorded a video about the need for disaster recovery in South Georgia after Hurricane Michael. She calls for a special offering on Sunday, Oct. 28. North Georgia Conference Fund #3743 has been established specifically for North Georgia's support of the South Georgia Conference recovery effort.  Find the video at:


October Message from Bishop Sue: The Way Forward - The Bishop has just completed a video that you may find helpful to share in your churches.  You may visit:



Nominations for ACPK District Lay Member-at-Large for Annual Conference 2019

If you are Interested in serving as a delegate in 2019, please apply, via the links below by November 30, 2018.

Nominee form can be submitted as follows:

The ACPK District office will notify all applicants of the selection results by April 2019.  

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact Dyanne Cunningham, Associate Lay Leader at 404-664-9084 or Andy Pitman, District Lay Leader at 404-210-1983. 

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Emergency Call Chain & Response Procedure

Here is the updated procedure for notifying conference leadership in case of a disaster:

1. Immediately following a disaster, the pastor of a local church inspects damage to any/all church property and makes two phone calls to:          
a) The District Superintendent          
b) The Trustee Chairperson for their local church (Trustee Chairperson contacts the insurance company for the local church and begins deliberations according to church's policy.) 
2. The District Superintendent contacts:              
a) The Conference Disaster Relief Chairperson: Scott Parrish
3. The Conference Disaster Relief Chairperson contacts: 
a) The Resident Bishop: Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson    
b) The Conference Director of Connectional Ministries: Herzen Andone
(Note: Report once daily as necessary or immediately if damage is severe) 

District Superintendent

Bernice Kirkland
(404) 335-0321
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Administrative Assistant

Mozelle Mitchell
(404) 335-0321

Contact Information

Office Address:
One Georgia Center
600 W. Peachtree Street NW, Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA 30308

(404) 335-0321 Phone
(404) 209-7794 Fax

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