Inspired by a poem by Andy Vorbrich about the magic of Christmas, the Rev. John Boley adds his thoughts and thanks God for the Manger of Bethlehem, a miraculous thing.
Williamston UMC extends the invitation, “All are welcome here!” Wednesdays that includes a free hot meal and lots of love.
In the United States, we call them poinsettias. In Mexico, they are known as La Flor de Nochebuena. Learn more about the symbolism of the Christmas flower.
Family gatherings and traditions can sometimes cause tension. This pastor reminds us that Jesus was not without family baggage himself.
Camp is not just a summer place. This Michigan United Methodist campground opened its doors to the community in December.
Great music, like the Messiah. Powerful prophecy from Isaiah. These point us to the true meaning of Christmas and God’s gifts of justice and peace.
District and Conference offices close Dec. 22 and re-open on Jan. 2. MIconnect resumes publication with the January 9, 2019 edition. The Michigan Conference staff wishes you a Merry Christmas.
Santa Claus came to Flint and heard the holiday wishes of deaf and hard-of-hearing children using American Sign Language.
The Nutcracker is a seasonal favorite, but a United Methodist pastor says we can see it in a new way through the lens of faith.
We listen. We hum. We sing along. But how much do we know about our favorite songs of the season?