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‘Can these dry bones live?’: Opening worship at NCJ 2022

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The North Central Jurisdictional Conference began on Wednesday, November 2, with opening worship focused on the conference’s theme, “We Press On,” and a sermon from Bishop Bruce R. Ough.

Bishop Mande Muyombo to chair Connectional Table

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Bishop Mande Muyombo, resident bishop of the North Katanga Episcopal Area, has been chosen to succeed Bishop Christian Alsted as chair of the Connectional Table, effective December 1, 2022.

Peace with Justice Offering

This Peace with Justice toolkit helps you support ministries of reconciliation.

Heart-health initiative brings hope to Haiti

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Ministry partner HAPI launches “Heart2Heart,” a new initiative created to address women’s heart disease in rural parts of Haiti through basic training, education, awareness, and treatment.

NCJ to facilitate conversation on White Supremacy

Delegates to the upcoming North Central Jurisdictional Conference are asked to engage resources on White Supremacy prior to conversations at the conference.

Red Bird commits for the long haul

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Following record flooding in eastern Kentucky, Red Bird Mission has made a commitment to their neighbors in need by building trusted relationships with community members and helping them navigate recovery.

African bishops condemn advocacy groups

African bishops meet during a retreat.

In a statement released September 8, African bishops have called for unity in The United Methodist Church while condemning traditionalist advocacy groups looking to break up the denomination.

5 UMC story lines to follow this fall

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Dr. David W. Scott, United Methodist mission theologian, highlights these five United Methodist news story lines related to the future of the denomination to watch as we move into fall.

Inflation, gas prices complicate ministries

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High gas prices and inflation are affecting United Methodists across the U.S., including Michigan, as ministries negotiate travel demands and deal with increased demand at food pantries and other charities.

Connect with Ukrainian United Methodists

Bishop Christian Alsted meets with Ukrainian United Methodists

Learn about current United Methodist mission work in Ukraine on Saturday, September 10, during an online event with Ukrainian church leaders and Bishop Christian Alsted of the Nordic and Baltic… Continue Reading Connect with Ukrainian United Methodists

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