About NCJ 2020


Fort Wayne 2020

The North Central Jurisdiction (NCJ) is a combination of 11 Conferences that span from the Dakotas/Minnesota to East Ohio. Every four years, elected delegates gather to discuss and vote upon new episcopal leaders and matters of the Jurisdiction as well as to worship and fellowship together.

Faithful delegates from across the jurisdiction will vote to elect new episcopal leaders, approve the next quadrennium's budget, and hear numerous reports from NCJ Volunteers in Mission; The General Commission on Religion and Race; The General Commission on the Status and Role of Women; Global Ministries; Rural, Town, and Country Ministry; and others.

Jurisdictional conferences are generally held in years divisible by 4, such as 2016, 2020, 2024, etc., with the exception of special sessions, or when events such as the global pandemic require rescheduling.

2016 NCJ Journal