The West Virginia Conference Communications Team produces stories of ministry and shares them across several print, video and Internet mediums. If you would like to see your ministry featured, send us an e-mail. Don't forget to see the downloads page for digital media and publications that you can use now!
The Short Circuit (e-news)
Delivered to nearly 3700 inboxes every other Tuesday morning around the West Virginia Conference, The Short Circuit offers a biweekly look at the ministry and activity of the conference. It is an easy way to stay informed on Conference-wide news, events, and announcements. Please allow 10-14 days notice for enews publication of your submission.
Please e-mail submissions to us here. It's helpful if you include all logistical information (who, what, when, etc.) and a couple of sentences describing the event/announcement. If you would like the e-news delivered directly to your inbox, please sign up here.
The Mountain Circuit
Published four times a year, this quarterly full-color magazine seeks the creative, spiritually rich, in-depth life of the West Virginia Conference through photos, creative writing and art. The new print and media strategies, developed over the past year by the Conference Communications Team, continue the Methodist and Appalachian traditions of innovation and adaptation.
The communications team chose the image of the circuit-rider to honor our history and connection; and to remind us that the circuit-rider moved methodism forward. We welcome your liturgies, poems, reflections/essays, art and photos.
Please e-mail submissions to us here. Circuit riders sparked a revolution! Signup to receive these publications digitally here. and view the archive online here.
The Monthly Circuit
Published ten times a year, this “nuts and bolts” piece includes important calendar dates, announcements and news from around the conference. It is designed to give church leaders the information they need to do the work of ministry as it relates to the Annual Conference. Signup to receive these publications digitally here. and view the archive online here.
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