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May 12, 2000 Photos

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CLEARING THE HALL -- Moments after the conclusion of the United Methodist Church's 2000 General Conference members of the Cleveland Stage Hands Union roll up the red carpet that ran down the center aisle of the plenary hall. A UMNS photo by John C. Goodwin Photo number gc2kL06, 5/12/00

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BIRDS OF A FEATHER -- United Methodist Bishops J. Woodrow Hearn (left) and David J. Lawson show off nearly identical walking casts on the last day of the denomination's 2000 General Conference in Cleveland. A UMNS photo by John C. Goodwin Photo number gc2kL05, 5/12/00

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END OF THE ROAD -- George Moore of the Peninsula-Deleware Conference manages a quick catnap during the closing moments of the United Methodist Church's 2000 General Conference in Cleveland. Moore served as a marshal during the two-week conference. A UMNS photo by John C. Goodwin. Photo number gc2kL04, 5/12/00

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BISHOP FANNIN -- Bishop Robert Fannin presides over a session of the United Methodist Church's 2000 General Conference. A UMNS photo by Paul Jeffrey Photo number gc2kL03, 5/12/00

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KOREAN CHOIR -- The choir from the Korean Community United Methodist Church of New Jersey sings during morning worship at the United Methodist Church's 2000 General Conference. A UMNS photo by Paul Jeffrey Photo number gc2kL02, 5/12/00

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BISHOP SWENSON -- Bishop Mary Ann Swenson gives the sermon during morning worship at the United Methodist Church's 2000 General Conference. A UMNS photo by Paul Jeffrey Photo number gc2kL01, 5/12/00

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