Preparing for the 2021 General Conference
Review the following documents to prepare for and make the most of your attendance and participation in the 2021 General Conference.
The 11th Episcopal District Welcomes You to the 2021 General Conference
Click here to view the agenda for the Convention to follow the General Conference.
A new FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) document has been published for the 51st General Conference, click here to view the document.
– We welcome vendors to register for the 2021 AME General Conference. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us. Please use the form on the linked page to both register and pay for a booth(s) during the conference.
Social Media Policy
The AME Church permits and encourages the use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and blogging at the 2021 General Conference to summarize, highlight, and promote the exhibitors and conference in general. Due to the sensitive nature of the deliberations at the 2021 General Conference, we request that attendees do not stream or record the Business Sessions (including the election).
Cape Town COVID Safety Protocols and App
CTICC is committed to ensuring a Covid-safe workplace for all visitors to the facility.
We recently invested in the CovidScreen app, which will be used for the daily screening for any Covid-19 symptoms and/or exposure.
In preparing our team and our facilities to welcome you back to CTICC, we have upgraded our existing operational protocols to ensure the health and safety of you, our guests and clients, as well as our employees. Our new C19Care© protocols have been developed in collaboration with health, tourism, and events industry leaders, both locally and abroad, and apply the National Department of Health guidelines.
Scootaround is proud to be the exclusive scooter and wheelchair rental service for the AMEC 51st Quadrennial Session of the General Conference & 37th Biennial Convention of the Connectional Lay Organization. Click Here to Reserve.
A guide of local attractions, stores, and restaurants has been compiled by the 11th District for Orlando attendees of the General Conference. Click here to view the guide.
View the latest information for candidates for office campaigning at the 2021 General Conference by clicking here.
All media outlets that wish to cover the 51st General Conference must register for credentials by June 21, 2021. AME Church members (photographers, writers) who are working in a professional press capacity also need to register for credentials. Media without the proper credentials will not be allowed access to the proceedings. Please click here for the registration form
Looking for Observer Registration? Follow the link above to begin the registration process.
– Important dates and deadlines for participating in the 2021 General Conference
– Tips on how to prepare for and participate in conferences while minding your health