“I look forward to launching a new cohort of imagineers who have ideas ready to be hatched,” says Lisa Batten. Ministry Incubators and Wesley Theological Seminary are Michigan Conference partners.
“I’m tired of this!” says the Rev. Jodie Flessner as she navigates a health crisis. She turns to the gospel to find strength and purpose for the journey.
Halloween has become a very popular holiday on the cultural calendar. However, beginning in the Middle Ages, All Hallows Eve was a religious observance.
Jesus and Justice are the focus of these online learning opportunities starting next week. Register now for the Christmas through Jewish Eyes experience or the Disabilities to Differences study.
Halloween is a “pretty big deal” in Romeo, MI. Romeo UMC joined the community spirit on October 25 when they went off to see the Wizard.
Those gathered at Judson Collins Center will have the opportunity to walk the grounds one last time on November 7th before the site is decommissioned as a United Methodist Camp.
“I encourage patience with our election process,” says Bishop David Bard. He also offers a prayer as the nation heads toward the general election on November 3, 2020.
Bishop David Bard provides detailed instructions for local churches to file a claim against the Boy Scouts of America. This must be done before November 16, 2020.
Clergy and laity are invited to prepare for Advent with a three-week online experience in November, Christmas through Jewish Eyes.
“Outwardly, the kids looked as happy and carefree as ever!” says the Rev. Dr. Leanne Hadley. She adds that children are good at masking their feelings and offers a healing ritual.