Multi-ethnic communication begins by actively listening to the different voices and experiences in your church and community.
Are you developing offline communications for those members and neighbors who are unplugged from electronic devices? Here are some ideas to increase connection.
MImagazine presents the top news of each month in a printable, easy to share format. Here is the first edition of the New Year.
Good social media creates community. Paul Reissmann explains how Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter connect God’s people across The Michigan Conference.
Is your church struggling to implement a communication strategy that will attract new faces and keep your own congregation informed? Communicating Your Faith Story is a Michigan Conference Training Event that will teach how to effectively communicate in today’s society and to equip your faith community to share transforming stories. Continue Reading Church Marketing Training: “Communicating Your Faith Story”
In today’s blog from The Dome in St Louis, the Rev. John Harnish addresses the issues of separation and segregation presented by the 2019 venue for General Conference.
Michigan Conference Lay Leader Anne Soles explores the complexities of how The United Methodist Church can make connections with today’s seekers.
Find-a-Church is a resource that helps people in your community connect with you. Is your Church Profile up to date? Learn how to enhance your visibility online.
The West Michigan Conference Office has now moved. However, no email received since December 11.
The Michigan Conference asks for your input in creating a new website.