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We've witnessed another glorious moment in the Lord Jesus Christ's presence, friends! Our very own Layla and Ella were baptized by Pastor Craig Buelow last Sunday, July 14th, and we would love to share it with all of you. Just click on the link below to watch the heart-warming celebration:



What a glorious moment in the Lord Jesus Christ's presence, friends! Our very own little Sebastian was baptized by Pastor Craig Buelow last Sunday, July 7th, and we would love to share it with all of you. Just click on the link below to watch the heart-warming celebration:


From the Bishops Desk

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15:13



Beloved Siblings in Christ,


Greetings in the gracious name and with the love of Jesus Christ, our Savior and Friend. 


This week, the 2024 session of the Northeastern Jurisdictional (NEJ) Conference of The United Methodist Church met in Pittsburgh, PA in a spirit of holy conferencing to organize the life and ministry of our jurisdiction for the 2025-2028 quadrennium. 


Among the most important responsibilities of the jurisdictional conferences are the election of bishops, discernment of conference’s boundaries and episcopal areas, and the assignment of bishops. This year, the NEJ conference made difficult, yet faithful, decisions to adapt to our new ministry realities in alignment with the decisions made back in May by the postponed 2020 General Conference.


This morning, on recommendation of the Jurisdictional Committee on the Episcopacy, the NEJ Conference assigned me to serve as the episcopal leader of the Susquehanna and Upper New York area for the next quadrennium (2024-2028). This new assignment is effective September 1, 2024. 


You can read more about the decisions made by the 2024 NEJ Conference, here


First, I am grateful to continue serving as your bishop! Doing life and ministry together these past 18 months has been my absolute honor and an incredible blessing. My family and I are looking forward to deepening relationships and journeying alongside you as we continue living the gospel and embodying God’s love with our neighbors in all places. 


I am also excited to be assigned to serve alongside our siblings in the Susquehanna Conference. Like Upper New York, they are passionate about nurturing new disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Though each conference will remain a separate entity, with its own history (some of which we share), leadership, and ministry plans, this joint assignment creates a new missional partnership between Upper New York and Susquehanna with great potential for fruitful collaboration and impactful ministry. 


I am filled with hope about the witness and mission of The United Methodist Church in the Northeastern Jurisdiction and about this new season of ministry alongside United Methodists of Upper New York and Susquehanna. 


Let’s join in prayer as we move forward together towards God’s future with joy and hope. Thanks for who you are and all you do share the good news of Jesus Christ and embody God’s love in your communities. 



Bishop Héctor A. Burgos Núñez

The United Methodist Church

Serving United Methodists of Upper New York and Susquehanna

  July 2024  
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