Click here for a map of the different regions in the Upper New York Conference, effective July 1, 2020 and revised on April 1, 2021.
As a large Conference with over 950 churches and New Faith Communities, District connection and leadership is of the highest importance to the Upper New York Conference. It is the role of the Annual Conference to walk alongside the local church in making Disciples by providing support, encouragement, and connection. The means by which this is done is often though the Districts.
Each District has its own culture, systems, and strengths. Yet, just like each local church they are more than themselves because of the United Methodist connection. Click here to view a directory of our New Faith Communities in Upper New York.
Learn more about the Districts of the Upper New York Conference by clicking a district above.
Effective July 1, 2020, the 12 Districts will be designated to one of three regions as part of a New Regional Superintendency Plan. The regions are as follows:
Region 1: Albany, Adirondack, Northern Flow, and Mohawk Districts.
Region 2: Crossroads, Finger Lakes, Genesee Valley, and Niagara Frontier Districts.
Region 3: Oneonta, Binghamton, Mountain View, and Cornerstone Districts.
To learn more, click one of the following links and watch the video below:
- Frequently Asked Questions (updated)
- Key Points Handout
- Region/District Associate Job Description
- Article: A New Approach to the Leadership of Superintendent: The Regional Superintendency Plan