Petoskey News-Review reports, “Bay View residents and officials reached settlement in all three ongoing religious discrimination lawsuits brought against the resort community.” READ MORE.
The theme of the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference is Bold and Effective Leadership. Four women will preach, teach, and witness to bring the theme to life.
On May 7, 2019 the Conference Disaster Response and Recovery Team reports that clean-up efforts for flooding in the Dearborn Heights area are underway. UMCOR cleaning kits have just arrived.
Hamilton comes to Lansing for three weeks starting May 14. Sycamore Creek Church invites the community to explore faith themes in the musical and in the founding father’s life.
MImagazine presents the top news of the month in a concise, printable, easy to share format. Here are the highlights of the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference.
The Michigan Annual Conference is five weeks away. Register now for Bonus activities … health screenings and fundraisers that benefit Disaster Response and Campus Ministries.
A new e-letter called mifaith is now arriving by email on Friday mornings at 10 am. The focus is inspiration and celebration of God’s work among us.
When crises seem too large to overcome, it’s important to remember that each and every person can bring about change. That was the message of the 17th annual Keep Making Peace event.
An new email newsletter called MIfaith begins publication this week. Watch for it in your inbox on Friday, April 26th.
An Art Therapy studio, hosted by Leara Glinzak, is an extension of the ministry of Grand Rapids: First United Methodist Church. “My goal,” she says, “is to get people inspired and curious.” KAY DEMOSS Senior Content Editor, Michigan Conference What was it about the recent burning of Notre Dame Cathedral that touched the soul of… Continue Reading Art in the heart of Grand Rapids