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Michigan pilgrims catch spirit of Wesley

Epworth Old Rectory

A group of United Methodists from Michigan traveled to England to learn more about their Wesleyan heritage and how it continues to shape beliefs and inspire future mission.

District Dialogue: collateral damage

Heart showing damage of division

Collateral damage — harm to untargeted others — may be a real consequence if the pending divide takes place in The United Methodist Church. The Rev. John Hice reflects on… Continue Reading District Dialogue: collateral damage

Convocation honors Michigan churches

Rural Church

Is your church 150-years-old or older? Apply to be recognized at “Roots and Branches” on April 7.

Methodist moment in Black History

Celebrating a great Methodist preacher and song writer, the Rev. Albert Tindley, during Black History Month.

Were you at the Uniting Conference?

The United Methodist Church was born in Dallas, TX fifty years ago. Looking for those on the scene.

The next Reformation

500 years after Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation, his spirit lives on in the church today. 

Christ-centered to the core

What are the spiritual convictions and practices that give United Methodists character?

Circuit riders on wheels

Wayne Bank, Detroit Conference layman, joins Bishop Laurie Haller pedaling across Iowa.

Remember past and inspire future

Rural Church

“Roots and Branches” history conference will recognize Michigan churches 175 and older.

John Wesley on unity

Wesleyan scholars say that when it comes to Methodism’s founder, the subject of unity gets complicated.

The Michigan Conference