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Brown finds her gifts behind the scenes

Legislative leader

As the newly elected Secretary for the North Central Jurisdictional Conference, the Michigan Conference’s Diane Brown discovers joy in her administrative role serving the church.

Bishop Laurie Haller on leave

Bishop Laurie Haller and Bishop Deborah Kiesey

The North Central Jurisdiction offers prayers for Bishop Laurie Haller and Bishop Deborah Kiesey. Haller begins a Medical Leave on April 1, and Kiesey will provide episcopal leadership in the… Continue Reading Bishop Laurie Haller on leave

D. Bradley Kiesey

We extend our deepest condolences to the family of D. Bradley Kiesey, husband of Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey, Michigan Area Episcopal Leader from 2012-2016. On Wednesday, January 27, Dennis Bradley… Continue Reading D. Bradley Kiesey

‘We are better together’ bishop says

Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey at GC 2019

Born in one conference and serving in three others, Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey’s roots and witness run deep in the North Central Jurisdiction.

Departure time has come

Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey says thank you and goodbye to God’s people in the Michigan Area as she goes to retirement in Iowa.

A gift for Flint’s children

Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey will soon leave Michigan. The Area is invited to honor her with a gift to Flint’s children.

Bishop Deb offers hope

Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey shared a prophetic message in the pulpit and on the keyboard during the North Central Jurisdictional Conference.

Michigan plays in Peoria

On July 14 the NCJ elected the Rev. Laurie Haller, heard Bishop Deb’s address, honored her ministry and affirmed the new Michigan Conference.

Hearts break again

A letter to the Michigan Area and the nation addressing the loss of  life suffered in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota.

AC 2016, a time of rebirth

A day-by-day account of AC2016. Get in the know. Read it a day at a time or to the end, which is in fact, a new beginning.

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