Bishop Tom Berlin: "I want to be in ministry with you"
November 16, 2022
By Joe Henderson | FLUMC
As Thomas M. Berlin prepares for the challenge he will face as the new Resident Bishop in The Florida Conference of The United Methodist Church, he and his wife, Karen Berlin, have a message for the people he will soon lead.
"We're excited about coming to Florida. We're excited about the diversity of your conference. Your conference has one of the most exciting ministries in the Southeast Jurisdiction," he said.
"You've got a number of large, vital churches, but you also have mid-size and small churches that are very vital. You have pastors known all around the connection, and you've got a significant number of younger clergy who will be known around the connection in the coming years. So, to be a part of watching those ministries blossom and come to life, we're really thrilled about that." Full Story
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