Districts of the Central Texas Conference

The Districts of the CTC restructured with the implementation of the Forward to a New Spring plan in January of 2021. While the restructuring maintained the five previous geographic districts – Central, East, North, South and West – the plan reduced the number of District Superintendents from five to three and established three District Areas to be administered by the three DSs and their district teams. As a result, district lines were redrawn, which means that local churches are moving from one district to another.


The Post-Quarantine Church Webinar debuts Thursday (March 4) at 10 a.m. This is the second in our seven-part New Church for a New World webinar series designed to support churches in a restart as the COVID-19 influence begins to decline. There is no charge or registration for this webinar. (An On-Demand Replay of this webinar is now available at txcumc.org/thom-rainer-webinar)

 

In this webinar, Thom Ranier, a former local church pastor, long time church consultant, and founder and CEO of Church Answers, will explore and provide insight to the question many are asking as we look forward to the impact of vaccines and eventual herd immunity – What’s next? What will ministry look like in that new reality? What will be the same? What will be different? What new opportunities are presented in the midst of these challenges?


Click on the video player below/left for an update on the CTC's response to damages caused by recent severe winter weather. from Rev. Mike Ramsdell, executive director, Smith Center for Evangelism, Mission & Church Growth, and Susan Luttrell, CTC Coordinator of Disaster Response. If your church experienced any damage to its property or if you are engaged in Disaster Response efforts in your community, please click on the button below/right and complete a short survey requested by the CTC Disaster Response Team by Friday, Feb. 25.

 


Click on any of the District boxes below to go that District's webpage.