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UMs model hopeful leadership

Spreading hope

Church leaders guiding their flocks through the pandemic say some hopeful responses to the emergency might help point the way to the future. Rev. Alex Plum is among those commenting.

Michigan-Liberia friendship continues

Signing the Liberia Covenant of friendship and ministry

Nine persons from Michigan traveled to West Africa last month to attend the Liberia Annual Conference. Covenant-signing and visits to mission sites were highlights of the trip.

Alex Plum

From: Greater Detroit District — Director, Global Health Initiative at Henry Ford Health System.  To: Greater Detroit District — Director, Clinical and Social Health Integrations at Henry Ford Health Systems. This full-time appointment is effective January 1, 2020.

Water champions gather in Michigan

Clean water from the pump

A Water Justice Summit held in Detroit, January 24-25, 2020, will draw participants from around the world with the goal of uniting to protect God’s gift of clean water.

Unite for global water justice

Children in Liberia gather around pump

The Global Water Justice Summit aims at greater appreciation for water and everyday access to it. The goal is to consider that a missional commitment for the North Central Jurisdiction.

Time to give your best

June 2, 2019 was a time to celebrate those commissioned

This is the first article in a new series, “For a time such as this.” The theme is based on Rev. Jennie Browne’s sermon at the 2019 Michigan Annual Conference. 

AC 2019 signals greater inclusion

Two young adults present resolution on inclusion

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.

Design Team set to hear

Design Team MEeting

Alex Plum, a member of the Michigan Conference Design Team, finds God at the heart of their work.

Standing up to stigma

A health care professional challenges the church to see God in those with HIV/AIDS.

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