After the conviction of Derek Chauvin on April 20, Bishop David Bard says, “There is much work to be done. Today we breathe a little easier as we witness justice.”
COVID-19 has not stopped the vital service of United Methodist missionaries. They are #StillInMission and relating to their supporting churches online.
John Wesley taught that faith is meant to be practiced together. United Methodists’ shared mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world expands our connection.
The Rev. Dr. Jennifer Browne reflects on the hymn, “Are Ye Able,” and concludes, “I don’t feel able … certainly not by myself.”
When Patrick left Africa he sought safety and a new home in the U.S. He found it in Detroit, where The United Methodist Church is partnering with other agencies to welcome immigrants.
The Judicial Council has ruled, through Zoom sessions, on part of a spring 2020 docket postponed by COVID. The court issued decisions on three matters from the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference.
Bishop Samuel J. Quire Jr., Liberia Conference, is among African bishops considering a relationship with other traditionalists if the UMC splits over theological differences on human sexuality.
What does hospitality look like in the great outdoors? It looks like water balloons, kayaks, cozy cabins, and a warm welcome from LLCC Director Neil Haney.
The three United Methodist camps in Michigan invite children, youth, and adults to summer adventures in faith, fun, and friendship.
The General Board of Church & Society offers a “Creating Change Together” toolkit to help you create engagement and put faith into action.