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Local Address: Milton, Kansas, United States
Argonia High School
 
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"I'm grateful our pastors have given ...
goodnewsmag.org [cached]
"I'm grateful our pastors have given us an opportunity to have a voice," says Dixie Brewster, the immediate past lay leader of the Kansas West Annual Conference. "I can't tell you how many times persons in my church have asked, 'Why do we pay our apportionments when our leaders don't listen to us?' At least now we've said we don't want our money going to support the boards that try to overturn the Discipline."
"The Bishops have to understand that once all these pastors violate the Discipline, people will wonder who's allowing this-and why," continued Brewster, a member of Milton United Methodist Church in Milton, Kansas.
The Kansas-West Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
kwcsite.brickriver.com, 15 May 2004 [cached]
Brewster presents first two petitions at 2004 conference
Dixie Brewster takes a little quiet time to reflect along the banks of the Allegheny River during General Conference, April 27 through May 7, in Pittsburgh.
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Dixie Brewster, head of the Kansas West General Conference delegation, not only led a sub-committee, she also presented the first two petitions adopted at the 2004 General Conference, April 27 through May 7 in Pittsburgh.
"It made me nervous to present the very first petition of the General Conference," said Brewster, who is a first-time delegate to General Conference."There's something about nerves that make you forget.I checked the transcript to see what I said."
Brewster, a member of the Milton United Methodist Church and Conference Lay Leader, served on the Church and Society Legislative Committee, which dealt with a number of the more contentious issues at General Conference.
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Brewster said one of the struggles her committee had was in dealing with petitions written in the negative-the petition that established the United Methodist Church's position in favor of civil laws defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman actually came to the committee written in opposition to creating civil laws with marriage defined in those terms.
"All of the other petitions we had in our committee went on the Consent Calendar," Brewster said.
There were 270 people in the full committee.To deal with the volume of legislation before the subcommittee, Brewster said her committee adopted a consent calendar on items to speed the process along.
"Even with all the divided opinions in our group, we actually got along really well," Brewster said.
The Kansas-West Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
www.kswestumc.org, 11 April 2010 [cached]
Dixie Brewster, chairperson, and David Bell, committee secretary, presented the Nominating Committee report.
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Brewster called attention to an addendum that corrected errors in the report and was distributed to conference members.
Board of Laity promotes health and fellowship at Annual Conference
kwcsite.brickriver.com, 20 July 2007 [cached]
By Dixie Brewster
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Dixie Brewster is the chairperson of the Board of Laity, the conference lay leader and a member of Milton United Methodist Church.
Brewster presents first two ...
kwcsite.brickriver.com, 15 May 2004 [cached]
Brewster presents first two petitions at 2004 conference
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Dixie Brewster, head of the Kansas West General Conference delegation, not only led a sub-committee, she also presented the first two petitions adopted at the 2004 General Conference, April 27 through May 7 in Pittsburgh.
"It made me nervous to present the very first petition of the General Conference," said Brewster, who is a first-time delegate to General Conference."There's something about nerves that make you forget.I checked the transcript to see what I said."
Brewster, a member of the Milton United Methodist Church and Conference Lay Leader, served on the Church and Society Legislative Committee, which dealt with a number of the more contentious issues at General Conference.
...
Brewster said one of the struggles her committee had was in dealing with petitions written in the negative-the petition that established the United Methodist Church's position in favor of civil laws defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman actually came to the committee written in opposition to creating civil laws with marriage defined in those terms.
"All of the other petitions we had in our committee went on the Consent Calendar," Brewster said.
There were 270 people in the full committee.To deal with the volume of legislation before the subcommittee, Brewster said her committee adopted a consent calendar on items to speed the process along.
"Even with all the divided opinions in our group, we actually got along really well," Brewster said.
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