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Smaller energy bill, bigger ministry

Man on roof of Ferndale UMC

Michigan Interfaith Power and Light is a non-profit organization helping churches save dollars through energy efficiency. Those funds can then be invested in congregational care and community outreach.

Reporting conference with pizzazz

Jerry DeVine rowing on stage

Make a video, send an email or make announcements on Sunday. These ideas make your Annual Conference reporting more creative.

Ministry of the Month: Children

Loving ministry with children.

The website of The Michigan Conference has a large resource section full of creative and practical ideas, programs, and materials. This month we feature what’s available for ministry with children.

Golden Cross Sunday is May 19th

Golden Cross symbol

Every day these Golden Cross ministries bring hope and healing to young and old alike. Please give generously May 19th.

Follow up with Easter Sunday visitors

Sunday visitors to worship

ResourceUMC.org website is filled with resources for ministry and mission like these tips for after-Easter outreach to your holiday guests.

ResourceUMC website is new

Girl with Easter eggs

Resources of United Methodist agencies are now available on one website. Go to ResourceUMC.org when looking for how-to ministry tips.

To set the prisoner free

Man in jail

Traverse City Central United Methodist Church is in ministry with neighbors two blocks from the church in the County Jail.

An alternative to traditional VBS

Happy Children

For the past four years North Naples UMC in Florida has set hosted, “Serve Your World Camp.” Families love it.

Spring means new appointments

Roadsign saying Change Just Ahead

It’s the season for the Cabinet to announce appointment changes. New Beginnings training helps pastors and churches in their transition. Here are the dates. 

Kindness is the new evangelism

Girl with plate of cookies.

Simple acts of kindness can counter the cultural narrative of meanness and be a powerful way for the church to connect with others.

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