Together, under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, we have an opportunity to mold the future of the Assemblies of God Movement. Your voice is significant as we evaluate issues, choose national leadership, and discuss theological questions for the modern-day Church. The vitality of our Movement depends on every generation taking part.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE IN THE BUSINESS SESSIONS?
The membership of The General Council of the Assemblies of God shall consist of all ordained and licensed ministers holding a current fellowship certificate and churches holding a Certificate of Affiliation issued by The General Council of the Assemblies of God” (Constitution, Article VII. Membership, Sec. 1).
The voting constituency at a General Council shall be composed of all accredited members of The General Council of the Assemblies of God who are present and registered and of such representatives, present and registered, as may be chosen by the churches affiliated with The General Council of the Assemblies of God, each church being entitled to one delegate (Constitution, Article VII. Membership, Sec. 3).
All business sessions of General Council will be conducted from the designated voting sections in the venue, which will be reserved during business sessions for the voting constituency. To vote or participate in these sessions, ministers and delegates must wear their badges and sit in the reserved sections.
All General Council Attendees
All attendees are asked to register and wear their badges for all sessions and services. They are encouraged to attend the business sessions as observers.
NFAF / Camp GC
The 2019 National Youth Convention/Fine Arts Festival will begin on Tuesday with on-site check-in. Presentations will take place throughout the week, and the festival culminates with the Saturday evening final service. Camp GC* will once again be part of General Council 2019. Kids ages 3–12 can experience new adventures at Camp GC, the official place for kids to be while the adults enjoy the 2019 Influence Conference and General Council.