TIMOTHY W. WHITAKER
Florida Annual Conference of
The United Methodist Church
Shiavo: Killing or Letting Die or Letting Live?
Speech to the UM
Network of Congregational Developers, San Antonio, Texas, February 24, 2005
DO NO HARM -
message that Bishop Whitaker delivered at a LifeWatch gathering at the
Methodist Building in Washington, D.C.
Council of Bishops Resolution on the War in
Easter Greetings from Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker
Bishop Whitaker's statement on the Dammann
The Council of Bishops' Statement
on the church's position on homosexual pastors
- March 25, 2004
Regional Meetings to Interpret
Restructuring Proposals/Eighth Conference Table
- April 2, 2004
Expecting a Great General Conference
- January 21, 2004
Bishop Whitaker leads dialogue on security
concerns - UMNS News, Nov. 5. 03
The Assurance of Salvation
- posted 7/21/03
A Present Salvation
- posted 7/22/03
A Sacramental Piety
- posted 7/24/03
John Wesley in the 21st Century: A Conversation with Will Willimon
- posted 7/25/03
2003 Annual Conference offering for Angola letter from Bishop Whitaker
Text of message by Bishop Whitaker at peace rally in Sarasota Feb. 15, 2003.
- Text of Message Delivered for the
Sherman Advisory Board at the Sherman Scholars Dinner, October 29, 2002.
Statement From Florida Conference Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker
On War With Iraq.
- posted Sept. 15, 2002
Declaration of the Florida Council of Churches Regarding
Bishop Whitaker's response to a speech by Bishop Sprague
Here are several documents from Florida Conference Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker. They include his response to the Council of Bishops regarding a speech made at Iliff School of Theology
on June 25, 2002 by Bishop Joseph Sprague of the Chicago Episcopal Area.
Letter to the
Letter to the
Response to Bishop
A full transcript of Bishop Sprague's speech is available here.
Stories - Bishop Whitaker's election
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