The Michigan Annual Conference takes place May 30 – June 2, 2019 at Grand Traverse Resort. Go now to 2019.michiganumc.org for all the details.
The Rev. Jon Reynolds explains how Michigan Conference support of ministries in the Liberia Conference makes a difference for Jesus Christ.
Native American Ministries Sunday is May 5th. Pastor Carmen Cook talks about the value of multi-cultural relationship.
An email newsletter called MIfaith begins publication the week after Easter. Watch for it in your inbox on May 3.
Four sites will not open in 2019. Bishop David Bard pens a letter of encouragement and hope to those considering a summer-time experience at a United Methodist Campground in Michigan.
The 2019 Haiti Ingathering at The Michigan Annual Conference will support programs at Grace Children’s Hospital that offer care and create hope for thousands of families.
The annual Native American Ministries Sunday Offering is May 5th. A portion of the funding helps support initiatives in Michigan’s Native American congregations like Greensky Hill Indian United Methodist Church.
Thirty-nine persons (20 clergy and 19 laity) have been nominated as delegates to the 2020 General Conference. Meet them here.
The Michigan Conference Board of Justice laments harm to the LGBTQAI community caused by actions of the 2019 General Conference.
Two Early Response Team training sessions have been organized for this spring. Be ready to step in when disaster strikes.