Gaylord, Southfield, Albion, and Burtchville are the four points of the 2019 Mission u compass. An excellent group of study leaders welcomes participants in all venues.
“It’s not over until God says it’s over,” said Rev. Charles Boayue. Read his report as Dean of Cabinet and more in this additional coverage of the Michigan Annual Conference.
The Michigan Annual Conference celebrated Bold and Effective Leadership, and now moves forward — with wisdom, courage, and heart — for mission and ministry in a changing world.
Bishop David Bard called the church a “greenhouse” in his opening sermon on May 30. Seeds of leadership continued to be planted throughout the course of the 2019 Annual Conference.
Bold and Effective Leaders was the theme of the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference. Awards, recognitions, and generous thanks were given to people and congregations that have wisdom, heart and courage.
In a series of votes taken June 1st on matters related to the 2019 and 2020 General Conferences, the Michigan Annual Conference expressed aspirations for greater inclusion of LGBTQ persons.
See Christ in the hands and faces of Michigan United Methodists celebrating their vitality on Facebook. Send us your snapshots! This MIconnect feature showcases congregations who are using Facebook effectively. Is your church using Social Media to enhance your nurture and outreach? United Methodist Communications has resources to help you get started or to do better. Click… Continue Reading Snapshots of Vitality
The Michigan Conference Board of Justice will recognize three organizations for their ministries of Peace with Justice at AC 2019.
Your pastor not in the church office? He or she is up north in Acme, Michigan participating in The Michigan Annual Conference.
The Michigan Annual Conference will convene next week in Acme, Michigan. Find all you need to follow the action that takes place May 30 – June 2.