“Love Everyone” is the motto of the Wesley Foundation at NMU in Marquette. Learn more about this very active community of young people “striving to be their best selves.”
Bishop David Bard, Michigan Area United Methodist Church, makes an important announcement regarding the Superintendent of the Central Bay District.
The Michigan Conference is currently involved in numerous efforts in church planting and congregational renewal, including a creative new worship ministry in Midtown Detroit led by the Rev. Jon Reynolds.
Advent begins again on December 1st. With wildfires, earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes leaving lives broken around the globe, Bishop David Bard invites all to consider a gift to Disaster Recovery. He asks, “What are you waiting for?”
The people in almost every United Methodist congregation say, “We need kids!” Pickford UMC is growing because they love children and understand that kids need them.
Seventy-eight persons gathered in Detroit on November 9 to participate in a workshop experience being tried by United Methodist Women worldwide.
Advent begins Dec. 1. Bishop Bard reminds us God’s promised light is coming into the world through Christ once again. Help dispel the darkness with a gift to Disaster Recovery.
The EngageMI Fundraising Challenge raised $30,119 from 309 donors in three weeks. An additional $13,000 in prizes were awarded. Thank you for your gifts!
Howell UMC was the scene of the first Annual Celebration of Michigan Conference UMW. They now move ‘together toward tomorrow.’
At the present time, seven young adult missionaries are serving in Michigan. Three of these Fellows talk about their service with God’s people in Kalamazoo and Detroit.