Pull up a chair and join Bishop Sue at the table. In each episode of “At The Table with Bishop Sue,” Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson shares from her heart about what unites us, what inspires us, and what challenges us in the congregations and communities of the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church.
On this episode of At the Table, Bishop Sue talks with Central South District Superintendent Rev. Dr. Quincy Brown and Covington First UMC staff member Claudia Minge about how the church can be a beacon, build relationships, and lay out a "Discipleship Path" right now and into the future.
Call of the Small Church
In this episode of At the Table, Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson talks with SouthWest District Superintendent Rev. Susan Landry and Lay Leader Debby Stikes address concerns and share lessons learned from small churches.
The Concept of We
In this episode of At The Table with Bishop Sue, Bishop Sue Haupert-Johson offers an update on public worship, on our work to end racism, and on the concept of "we."
In Episode 6 of "At The Table with Bishop Sue," Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson talks with Rev. Lindsay Geist, a gifted leader and licensed clinical social worker, about the frustration and grief we're feeling in this time of pandemic and how to turn our thoughts toward all that is life-giving and worthy of praise.
In Episode 5 of "At the Table with Bishop Sue," Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson talks with Rev. Bill Britt about stewardship, generosity, and giving. Rev. Britt is a gifted leader and serves as pastor of Peachtree Road UMC in Atlanta.
Easter Sunday Homily
Bishop Sue Haupert-Johnson reflects on transformation this Easter Sunday.
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Thank you for taking the time so share your thoughts on the protocol proposal. Praying for those who will be discerning the way forward.
You Are Right, Bishop
When a UM Bishop can so easily and without clear reasoning compare apples to oranges like this, yes, it’s time for separation. We have failed at loving one another and yes, we have failed to be an obedient church. You will lead a church in severe decline on steroids. See Episcopal, Presbyterian USA and Lutheran for reference.