Wyoming Conference (US)

A unit of church organization that comprised the territory of the state of Wyoming. ( See also Central States Conference .) In 1981 the Wyoming Conference was merged with the Colorado Conference to form the Rocky Mountain Conference. At the time of the merger the membership was 1,927, with 22 churches. History. Beginnings of the Work in Wyoming. When the Colorado Conference was organized in 1883 the territory of Wyoming was part of it. As early as 1893 J. D. Pegg reported having “visited the little company at Fort Laramie, and found them of good courage.” In March 1894 Charles Shafer was reported to be preparing to return from Denver to his work at Cheyenne. The same year a layman named Barnes was giving Bible studies and distributing publications at Laramie. In April 1895 a W. M. Twom...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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