The Center for Connectional Resources

Jodi Smith

Director of Connectional Resources

Rev. Jodi Smith

972-526-5000

jodi@ntcumc.org

Welcome to The Center for Connectional Resources. We provide administrative services for the churches of the North Texas Conference. These services include the central treasury, pensions, health insurance, property & liability insurance, and others.  Our number is 972.526.5000 or 1.800.815.6690. To contact the staff member in charge of an certain area please see our staff page.

For information on these services please click on the links on the right side of page.

2017 North Texas Conference Budget

Remittance Payments

  1. Download Local Church Remittance Form
  2. Scan invoices
  3. Log in here to remit payment online
  4. You may remit payments online or mail a check along with a copy of the completed Local Church Remittance Form and copies of invoices to:North Texas Conference
    P.O. Box 866128
    Plano, TX 75086

Online Remittance Payments

Donations

  1. Download Local Church Remittance Form
  2. Log in here to remit donation online
  3. E-mail the Local Church Remittance Form to carolyn@ntcumc.org
  4. You may remit donation online or mail a check along with a copy of the completed Local Church Remittance Form to:North Texas Conference
    P.O. Box 866128
    Plano, TX 75086

Online Donations

For further information

www.umcgiving.org

www.umc.org/gcfa

http://ntcumc.umconline.org for Church Report, Local Church Remittance Forms and Fund Listing

Connectional Resources News and Events

  • Report Any Potential Insurance Claim and Keep Even Expired Policies in Files
    Connectional Resources

    Policies generally require the insured to notify the insurer in writing, within a specified time, of any potential claim for all lines of insurance, including property damage, theft, abuse, injury or misconduct. Failure to do so can relieve the insurance company of any duty to pay a claim, defend the church in a lawsuit, or pay a settlement or jury verdict as a result of the damage or injury.

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  • Your Intentions are Good for Images or Music, But Copyright Bill is Huge

    I received a copyright infringement notice in the mail today, along with a hefty bill. I was personally relieved when I discovered the church accused of committing the copyright infringement is not located in our conference, so all I had to do this time was notify the company of the correct contact information for their legal action.

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