Memorial Day pays tribute to the men and women who died while serving in the armed forces. Don’t forget to say prayers of tribute and hope for peace this holiday weekend.
Reflecting on recent Sunday mornings, the Rev. Glenn Wagner says, “D.P. (During Pandemic) worship at our house has been like travel in a foreign country. Everything is new on Sunday.”
Wearing masks, washing hands, no-touch orders of worship. These factors of return to in-person worship are understandable. Why no singing?
Paul Nixon, of Discipleship Ministries’ Path 1, says now is the time for churches to discover fresh vitality. Gary Step will lead Zoom conversations that explain more.
Learn how to be an effective advocate for peace and justice in this two-hour online workshops scheduled for Wednesday, May 27 from 6-8 pm.
A local unit celebrates UMW Sunday online, and the Michigan Conference UMW provide a spiritual growth study by video. United Methodist Women remain alive in fulfilling their purpose.
Psalm 139 helps Chaplain Jan Johnson express her experience blessing families in the “COVID-19 wilderness” of Mercy Hospital in Muskegon.
The risk of spreading coronavirus has brought about many changes in daily life, including how people and their loved ones handle grieving together.
The world is not the same as it was just weeks ago. How can we see the possibilities to be the church in a different world? Join conversations hosted by REACH Resources.
Michigan Conference staff, with the assistance of Michigan Conference Communication, are producing webinars with practical information on how to be in ministry during the COVID-19 outbreak.