Thank you for an incredible, hope-filled General Conference. In the weeks that have followed our triennial gathering, we have been inspired in hearing the stories of healing, restoration, challenge, and excitement for the work God is doing through MCC as evidenced throughout both formal and informal gatherings of MCCers and friends.
We would love to hear your feedback about all things General Conference to help us evaluate our process and seek ways to make even more improvements. The feedback you gave in the last process made way for a totally new way of prioritizing Accessibility, of investing more fully in A/V, and of reimagining programming. Please take your time in filling out these evaluations as your feedback matters greatly!
Please fill out the survey today — it should take you about 15-20 minutes: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCCGC2019
General Conference Photos are now posted on MCC’s Facebook page and on Flickr! Thank you Jeff Henderson for being our fabulous conference photographer and to the many others who volunteered throughout the week!
Look for more photos and for the edited videos of General Conference in the coming weeks.
Check out the all the photos uploaded so far here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mccchurch/albums
THANK YOU JOY MCC
for being an amazing host church! From accepting packages, making ribbons, and printing name tags, to coordinating Sunday morning worship and being a constant presence throughout the conference, we are so grateful for the ways you brought contextual understanding of our host city and the many, many ways you helped behind the scenes and in front of the people to make General Conference a success.
Gluten-free and Vegan General Conference Communion Recipe
adapted from a recipe by Renee Kohley
yield: 70-95 wafers
1.5 cup gluten free oat flour
.5 c cup tapioca flour plus more for dusting.
.25 cup coconut oil
.75 cup water
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp Xanthan gum (binding agent)
In a blender or food processor pulse dry ingredients first then add oil. Slowly add water while blending until bowl is clean and dough is in a ball. Cut two pieces of parchment paper the size of sheet pan. Lightly dust bottom layer of the first sheet of parchment paper with tapioca flour and place dough ball in the center of the paper. Dust the top of the dough ball with tapioca flour and place the Second sheet of parchment paper on top and roll out the dough to cracker thin. Cut square or circles to the desired host size. Use a fork or knife tip the make a cross. (This technique also helps to keep the wafer flat. Keep on bottom parchment paper and slide onto sheet pan.
Bake at 400 degrees for approximately 12 minutes then check for doneness. Add more time as needed. Place hosts in a seal container and, if desired for larger batches, place in the freezer.
If you ordered a shirt to be shipped to you, they will be sent out shortly. Our t-shirt company needed to make more shirts to keep up with the demand!
Did you order a 50th Anniversary t-shirt with the gold logo and pick it up at General Conference? If so, it needs to be dried before washing to better set in the ink. If you experienced the ink already coming off, please email us with your size and address so the company can send you a replacement! [email protected]