The 4th Annual Michigan Conference 5K was not at Acme, as in years past. It was done by 200 people of faith in six states. So far, $9,135 has been earned for disaster recovery.
For the past five months, Zoom has become a tool used by United Methodists across The Michigan Conference. Pastors and parishioners have worshiped together over Zoom. Meetings have been held and training sessions attended with the help of that app. But Annual Conference by Zoom? It was a concept that stretched the imagination, until it… Continue Reading Viewers of Virtual 2020 AC share
Pastors and churches in Michigan have gone through months of learning new things. More help is available from the Office of Congregational Vibrancy.
“I have these expectations that I want God to fill,” says Jacinta Kreiner. Her summer experience at Motown Mission required faith and patient waiting upon the Lord.
A morning TV show reminds Bishop David Bard of the importance of small moments for happiness. He expresses gratitude for such times he has experienced in the weeks just past.
United Methodist police chaplains and pastors who serve in law enforcement discuss what changes might help both officers and the people they serve and protect.
This year the Michigan Conference says goodbye to two faithful servants, Anne Soles and John Wharton. We now welcome Annette Erbes to the role of Conference Lay Leader.
How do the current protests surrounding the death of George Floyd and others due to police brutality compare to the 1950s and 1960s? Civil Rights leaders reflect.
Rev. Glenn Wagner asserts, “It can be fruitful to approach today’s challenges with guidance from Methodism’s visionary founder, John Wesley.”
Hundreds of persons saw Communication Director Mark Doyal’s face on Monday morning, July 27, as he welcomed viewers to the virtual plenary hall. Here are some of their views of the online experience.