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UMs spread their ‘healing wings’

Ruth Ann Church talks to Rep. Felicia Brabec

Through courageous witness, 250 United Methodists and friends journeyed to the State Capitol to tell their stories and champion mental health care access for all Michiganders.

Attend Advocacy Day in Lansing

You can still join over 230 registered justice seekers at the March 13 event in Lansing. Key activities are open. Watch the press conference and worship service online if you… Continue Reading Attend Advocacy Day in Lansing

Samaritan Counseling seeks well-being for all

Counseling session

For Advocacy Day, the Michigan Conference is raising money for Samaritan Counseling Center, an EngageMI partner in ministry that provides mental health care for anyone in Metro Detroit.

Mental health is a faith matter

Resource pack provided by a church

Holland: First UMC is taking bold steps to educate their congregation and make their spaces more inclusive for those challenged by mental illness.

600 butterflies needed for Advocacy Day

Cellophane and clothespin butterflies

Make butterflies as a Lenten activity at church or a personal prayer practice and support the Michigan Conference’s witness for better mental health care for all.

Pastor speaks up for mental health

Two people holding a heart

Mental health care is vital for one United Methodist pastor’s teen, and the pastor says we can offer public witness to improve access in our state by participating in Advocacy… Continue Reading Pastor speaks up for mental health

10 ways to support Advocacy Day

Semicolon butterflies

Here are 10 practical things you can do to support Advocacy Day and champion mental health care access, all from home or among friends at church.

Mental health care is a justice matter

Deacon Michelle King shares her story of mental illness and why she commits to fighting for justice so that everyone gets the treatment they need — no matter what.

Register now for Advocacy Day 2024

Banner for Advocacy Day

Improving access to mental health care is the focus of this year’s Advocacy Day, which will occur on March 13 in Lansing at the State Capitol.

Gun violence is a public health crisis

Rep. Julie Rogers speaking on Advocacy Day 2023

In this op-ed, Rep. Julie Rogers thanks Michigan United Methodists for putting their faith into action on matters of gun violence prevention and encourages them to continue advocacy.

The Michigan Conference