Annual Conference Session Resources Posted

May 13, 2010

A resource page – to aid your preparation for Annual Conference Session – has been created on the California-Nevada Annual Conference website at

You'll be able to access the new Annual Conference Session Resources page by clicking on "Resources" on the main navigation bar at the top of the Home Page.
You also may access it by going to the main Annual Conference Session page and clicking on the link, Supplementary Material Related to ACS Legislation
(The main ACS page, your primary source for information related to ACS, is located under "Quick Links" on the right side of the Home Page).
"Annual Conference Session Resources" is the location for supplementary material which has been supplied by sponsors of legislation.
Proposed district lines, circuits list
A map showing the proposed district boundaries that would result from passage of Item 8, "Resolution Regarding the Number of districts in the California-Nevada Annual Conference," is one of the items available on the new resource page.
Materials just posted:
·         Spreadsheet of Pension and Benefits Apportionments to Local Churches (RE: Item 3, Direct Bill Active Clergy Pension Costs) – in PDF format (also available on that page as an Excel spreadsheet) 
·         Summary Sheet (RE: Item 3, Direct Bill Active Clergy Pension Costs) – in PDF format
·         Proposed Districts/Circuits list (RE: Item 8, Number of Districts) – in PDF format
·         Proposed District Lines (RE: Item 8, Number of Districts) – a map showing proposed district boundaries – created in Google Earth (©2010 Google - Map data ©2010 Europa Technologies, Google, INEGI)
Find answers to FAQs
We also are utilizing the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) feature which was created in the Conference website redesign, earlier this year – to provide answers to questions you may have about some of the legislation being proposed.
Access this information by clicking on "Resources" on the Home Page navigation bar, then "FAQs" on the menu on the right side of the page.
Visit "FAQs" weekly, at least, as we will update this section on an ongoing basis prior to the opening day of Annual Conference Session.