Bill and Karon Mann joined the Bishops’ Club because they believe UMFA
is a resource for the entire Arkansas Conference. Bishops’ Club members
make the Foundation’s ministry possible.
Because of their generosity and foresight, the Church is strengthened
and more is done in the name of Jesus Christ.
addition to helping the Conference as a whole, the Foundation makes a big
difference for local churches," said Bill. "Congregations all over
the state who participate in programs like leadership education at the Church
of the Resurrection in Kansas City or have a pastor who was a UMFA Seminary
Scholar feel the impact of UMFA grants."
is lay leader for the Arkansas Conference and active in United Methodist Women
on a national level. Bill is head usher at Pulaski Heights UMC, Little Rock,
where they have been members since Palm Sunday of 1980. Bill serves as an operational board member
for Methodist Family Health. The Manns
have two adult children and four grandchildren.
would like to provide you with
information about the UMFA’s Bishops’ Club. Your support as a Lifetime member or Annual
member to this ministry will make a difference for the Church in Arkansas.