Advocacy alert issued for Drive SAFE bills
The Michigan Conference Committee on Hispanic/Latino Ministries urges United Methodists to contact their state legislators now to vote for bills supporting driver’s licenses for all.
Ways to support UM campus ministries
The Michigan Conference’s Division of Higher Education and Campus Ministry speaks out in solidarity for all Michigan campus ministries and calls on United Methodists across the state to pray for… Continue Reading Ways to support UM campus ministries
2023 Advocacy Day
Join Michigan United Methodists for the first annual Advocacy Day at Central UMC in Lansing! This will be a day of prayer, public witness, and meetings with your elected officials… Continue Reading 2023 Advocacy Day
Lunch and Learn Webinar: From Prayers to Action on Gun Safety
Join us to pray in lament and in solidarity, learn about current End Gun Violence Michigan policy recommendations, and how to join the Michigan Conference first annual Advocacy Day training and events. Continue Reading Lunch and Learn Webinar: From Prayers to Action on Gun Safety
United Methodists head to the polls
United Methodists should review what General Conference has said in the Book of Resolutions as they reflect on the issues facing our state and nation and the candidates who run… Continue Reading United Methodists head to the polls
UMs in Nigeria distribute 50 tricycles
A partnership between the United Methodist Southern Nigeria Conference and the Beautiful Gate Handicap Center recently improved the lives of people with mobility issues.
New series explores how UMs value life
United Methodist Communications has created a new series of stories that weaves together a comprehensive look at United Methodists’ official life-centered ethic with real-life examples of how the church embodies… Continue Reading New series explores how UMs value life
Celebrating a $2 million Easter gift
The Okemos Community Church recently surprised 3,660 Michigan families when each received a letter informing them that their medical debt had been covered by the church. In total, the congregation… Continue Reading Celebrating a $2 million Easter gift
Finding family in the heart of Dearborn
Dearborn First UMC has reinvigorated its commitment to refugees and asylum seekers by creating a new Response Team ministry, which recently sponsored a family from Jordan.
Pastor inspires action against violence
Rev. Albert Rush encourages Michigan congregations to address societal violence of all kinds, providing space in worship to remember and pray for all those who suffer.