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Grassroots intern program to launch this summer

Young adults serving in Detroit

Know a young adult with gifts for service or ministry? Become a host site and encourage their call through the Michigan Conference’s new Connexion young adult intern program.

Samaritan Counseling seeks well-being for all

Counseling session

For Advocacy Day, the Michigan Conference is raising money for Samaritan Counseling Center, an EngageMI partner in ministry that provides mental health care for anyone in Metro Detroit.

Where is God in the fog?

Man walking in fog

Disturbing events in our day cause us to question God’s presence and purpose, but the imperative to love, as Jesus demonstrated to a blind man, continues to be clear.

Listen to the voice of Henry Bibb

Henry Bibb, early Black Methodist

A Black Methodist voice from the past has much to teach us about how to be a messenger of both judgment and grace to a church moving toward racial justice.

Program staff shift into team ministry

Puzzle pieces coming together

The Michigan Conference’s new Connectional Ministries Team plans to equip and connect local churches through three key initiatives. The team invites you to meet them and learn more via online… Continue Reading Program staff shift into team ministry

Annual Conference set for May 30 to June 1

Voting at AC

The theme and the keynote speaker for the 2024 Michigan Annual Conference have been announced, along with important reminders for lay members.

Mental health is a faith matter

Resource pack provided by a church

Holland: First UMC is taking bold steps to educate their congregation and make their spaces more inclusive for those challenged by mental illness.

Places where service and camping intersect

Campers doing service work

Lake Louise will host a spring Volunteer Service Weekend, April 26-28, and two new summer camp options that combine the best parts of a mission trip and a camp week.

‘Holy Friendship’ journey begins March 11

Young adults embracing

The Michigan Conference offers a new 8-week program free to young adults wanting to deepen real friendships through meaningful conversations. Registration closes March 1.

600 butterflies needed for Advocacy Day

Cellophane and clothespin butterflies

Make butterflies as a Lenten activity at church or a personal prayer practice and support the Michigan Conference’s witness for better mental health care for all.

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