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The 102nd Regular Convention of the Michigan District, LCMS will be held June 24–26, 2018 at Concordia University Ann Arbor.

A call for Nominations for all elected positions was mailed the first part of September to all congregations. The mailing contained official ballot forms for submitting such nominations. If extra copies are needed, please contact Julie Strobl at 888.225.2111 ext. 233. The deadline for Circuit Visitor nominations is December 31, 2017. For all other elected positions, the deadline is February 24, 2018.

Circuit Forums to elect Circuit Visitors and conduct other official business will be scheduled before January 31, 2018. Please check with your Circuit Visitor if you have questions regarding the Circuit Forum.

Overtures may be submitted only by a member congregation, the Board of Directors, an official district conference of ordained/commissioned ministers, or a forum of a circuit. Overtures must be submitted using the overture template included in the congregation mailing or also available on the Michigan District website. The deadline to submit overtures is February 24, 2018. No overture received subsequent to that date shall be accepted for convention consideration unless a committee consisting of the District President, the First Vice President and the District Secretary adjudge it to be a matter of overriding importance and urgency which is not adequately covered by documents already before the convention.

Important dates to place on your calendar:

December 31, 2017                          Deadline for Circuit Visitor Nominations

January 31, 2018                              Circuit Forums conducted before this date

February 24, 2018                           Deadline for all other nominations, reports, and overtures

May 12, 2018                                    Floor Committee meetings

June 24–26, 2018                           Michigan District Convention

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