Members of a growing Michigan Conference Contemplative Cohort invite you to spend Fridays in Advent exploring a form of contemplative prayer. This week, Rev. Greg Lawton invites us into the… Continue Reading The peace that passes
Tapestry, the Michigan Conference’s first online-only congregation, launched in October with the hope of creating a new community for Christ.
In this Advent edition of Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard encourages us to open our hearts, our lives, and our communities so Jesus can show up in us and through… Continue Reading Prepare our hearts for Jesus
Members of a growing Michigan Conference Contemplative Cohort invite you to spend Fridays in Advent exploring a form of contemplative prayer. This week, Lisa Batten encourages us to create sacred… Continue Reading Finding sacred spaces of hope
Through deep listening and holy conversation, three Michigan United Methodist congregations have been meeting to discern whether they will remain United Methodist or choose to disaffiliate.
Michigan disaster relief updates include a final report on the October cleaning kit rally and a call for financial assistance to replace flood-damaged furnaces in Detroit and for volunteers to… Continue Reading Disaster relief updates, furnace needs in Detroit
The Metro Detroit office of Justice for Our Neighbors-Michigan recently moved from Beverly Hills UMC to Dearborn: First UMC.
Rev. Jennifer Jue recently traveled to celebrate Africa University’s 30th anniversary as a donor of an endowed scholarship for women studying theology.
Over the course of a year, Birmingham and Berkley First UMC helped furnish 34 homes that now house 121 Afghan refugees in the Detroit metropolitan area.
In this guest blog, Bishop Laurie Haller traces the birth of the dream that is Africa University on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.