Associations

The Wisconsin Conference is divided into four associations. The associations provide direct connections to the congregations in the state and help nurture their ministers.


2020 Associations Annual Meetings

Northeast Association Annual Meeting
May 2, 2020
First UCC, Plymouth
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Northwest Association Annual Meeting
April 18, 2020
Plymouth UCC, Eau Claire
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Southeast Association Annual Meeting
April 25, 2020
Christ Church, Bay View/Milwaukee
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Southwest Association Annual Meeting
May 2, 2020
Plymouth UCC, Dodgeville
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Click here to access instructions for Associations and Committees for using the Conference Zoom Account
Call the Conference office at 608-846-7880 for the user name and password to set up your meetings, or send an email to Nola (please allow enough response time).

 

The United Church of Christ Constitution says this about Associations:

38 An Association is that body within a Conference of the United Church of Christ which is composed of all Local Churches in a geographical area, all Ordained Ministers holding standing or ordained ministerial partner standing therein, all Commissioned Ministers and Licensed Ministers in that Association.

39 Subsequent to the initial organization of Associations in the United Church of Christ, the boundaries of any new Association, or any adjustment of boundaries between Associations, shall be determined by the Associations concerned with the approval of the Conference or Conferences involved. The standing of an Association as a body of the United Church of Christ is determined by the Conference in which it is located.

40 An Association is that body which determines, confers, and certifies to the standing of the Local Churches of the United Church of Christ within its area.

41 An Association is that body which grants authorization that is required for various forms of ministry in and on behalf of the Church. Such authorization is granted through the rite of ordination, through commissioning, licensing, granting either ordained ministerial standing or ordained ministerial partner standing and other acts of authorization. Such authorization may be terminated by the Association.

42 An Association may retain or secure its own charter, and adopt its own constitution, bylaws and other rules which it deems essential to its own welfare and not inconsistent with this Constitution and the Bylaws of the United Church of Christ.

43 An Association is related to the General Synod through its Conference.

44 When an Association meets, its voting membership includes the lay delegates selected by and representing the Local Churches of that Association, all Ordained Ministers holding standing or ordained ministerial partner standing therein, all Commissioned Ministers and Licensed Ministers of that Association.

45 Meetings of the Association are held annually and at such other times as may be necessary for the discharge of its responsibilities.

Association Communication Contacts

Northeast Association
Newsletter:  Daniel Schultz

Northwest Association
Newsletter and web: Wendy Dittmann

Southeast Association
Communications:  Mary Jane Huber

Southwest Association
Newsletter: Roger Brooks
Web: Denise Jones

 

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