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Christmas gifts that change lives

World diaster fund helps Zimbabweans

The most significant Christmas gifts don’t fit in a box. Please give to Bishop David Bard’s appeal for Disaster Recovery. Your gift will be the gift of new life.

University of Liberia welcomes new leader

New leader of Liberia University

The University of Liberia was founded in 1862. On November 28, 2019, the Rev. Dr. Julius Nelson, Jr. was inducted as the 15th leader to serve the institution.

US membership dips below majority

Chart shows shift in majority

United Methodist leaders project that at the present time at least half of the denomination lives outside the United States. However, the US delegates to GC 2020  remain in the majority.

Regional Conference plan receives nod

Bishops outside US back regional proposal

The Central Conference bishops (Africa, Europe, and the Philippines) announce solid support for the U.S. regional conference proposal put forth by the Connectional Table.

A HAPI spark of light grows in Haiti

Two young men working in Mizak Haiti

HAPI has been changing lives in Mizak since 2007. Mario Damis, Coordinator of HAPItech, came to Michigan to give an update on the work of Haitian Assets for Peace International.

Delegates seek ‘brighter tomorrow’

NCJ delegate Hopgood receives communion

They heard reports, they got acquainted, they felt the Spirit, and they made a statement. Eighteen members of the Michigan Conference Delegation prepared for their work at the 2020 NCJ Conference next July.

WCA anticipates new, traditionalist church

WCA meets on future of church

The Wesleyan Covenant Association (WCA) recently held its fourth global gathering, drawing about 1,000 to Asbury UMC in Tulsa, Oklahoma with another 2,000 watching by simulcast.

UMC ratifies women’s equality amendment

Women's equality advocates celebrate

The United Methodist Church has changed its Constitution to affirm equality and assert that women are not second class citizens in the family of God.

Turmoil in Haiti stymies aid

Despite turmoil Birmingham 1st in Haiti

The Michigan Conference of the United Methodist Church has a long-standing covenant with the Methodist Church of Haiti. Several persons currently on the scene in Haiti report on present turmoil that makes mission with Haiti’s people difficult.

Court rules on exit plan and more

Judicial Council debates exit plan vote

Legislation setting special exit provisions for any United Methodist churches that want to leave the denomination took effect last February, the church’s top court has ruled.

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