Our Future
In response to the United Methodist Church Special Session of the General Conference and the passage of the Traditionalist Plan in 2019, King Avenue Church will actively support our LGBTQIA+ and studying a future that honors, nurtures, and includes ALL.

King Avenue will remain a welcoming, reconciling, and serving church which shares God's love with ALL! King Avenue Church will not change what it is and what it stands for.
 
The King Avenue ACTS Committee
The King Avenue ACTS (Alterative ConnecTional Structure) committee was formed to remain up-to-date around our demonination's happenings, and respond appropriately to new information. 

Although we are a time of transition in our denomination, there is hope of a United Methodist Church with necessary progress made towards full inclusion, or even in a rebirth of a new Methodist denomination. 


Our Mission Statement
We invite, welcome and honor all people and nurture them to grow in service with Christ.

Our Vision Statement
“We are a community of servants called by God’s reconciling grace to open doors of sanctuary, to create new avenues of ministry, to equip Christians for discipleship, to lead reconciling ministries.” 

It's a New Day in the United Methodist Church!

It's a New Day in the United Methodist Church! United Methodist General Conference in Charlotte NC wraps up on Friday after 10 days.  We could not be more delighted in the results — in the …Read More


Updates from West Ohio Conference June, 2023

Updates from the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church June, 2023   An announcement was made at church on Sunday, June 4 by Bill Brownson, King Avenue Member and CFO and Director of …Read More


ACTS Committee Update - April 2022

The ACTS Committee has met in 2022, reviewed and updated information related to our past recommendations, and remain steadfast about our response to the Traditionalist Plan.   King Avenue Church will be …Read More


ACTS Nov/Dec Statement

Dear King Avenue Friends, King Avenue UMC’s vision, which states in part that we “lead reconciling ministries,” and the decisions of the 2019 General Conference leave our congregation …Read More


Rethinking Apportionments

Rethinking Apportionments Following the Special Session of the General Conference Effective March 6, we shall direct the King Avenue Church finance office to place all of our monthly apportionment payments in an escrow …Read More


Reconciling Ministries Network Statement Following UMCGC 2019

RMN Statement on General Conference 2019 Decision We at Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN) are deeply grateful for the work of the delegates to the Special Session of General Conference 2019. We are thankful to participants, …Read More


Where do we go from here? Conversation with D.S. Linda Middelberg

Conversations with District Superintendent Linda Middelberg around the Special General Conference Because we have special general conference follow-up events planned throughout the district, we are going to meet with clergy …Read More


RMN - What do we do next?

Friends, As we return from St. Louis after a week of unexpected beauty, terrible pain, and deep injustice, questions are pouring in: what just happened? What does it mean? What do we do next? What happens to Reconciling …Read More


West Ohio Conference Summary of UMCGC 2019

Overview Of The Special Session Of General Conference 2019 A Special Session of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church took place February 23-26, 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri. The purpose was to act on a report …Read More


The United Methodist Church & Our Future

New Page on our Website In response to the United Methodist Church Special Session of the General Conference and the passage of the Traditionalist Plan, we will be actively supporting our LGBTQIA+ and studying a future that …Read More