Wearing masks, social distancing, and taking temperatures are “new normal” practices in churches in Africa as well as the U.S. as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
“A passionate expression of grief or sorrow.“ Christian tradition gives us the practice of lament. Here are resources to use in corporate worship, small groups, or individual prayer time.
Right now, you’re providing worship alternatives, maintaining community, and providing care to meet the growing needs of your people. But you’re also looking at “What’s next?” Join Mike Morley (Michigan Conference Cokesbury Resource Consultant) and Aaron Harris (Amplify Specialist for Cokesbury) for a special webinar on Tuesday, May 19 at 10:00 a.m. We will discuss… Continue Reading Greater Southwest District Webinar: Solutions to Connect and Disciple Your Church Members Virtually
Wearing masks, washing hands, no-touch orders of worship. These factors of return to in-person worship are understandable. Why no singing?
Paul Nixon, of Discipleship Ministries’ Path 1, says now is the time for churches to discover fresh vitality. Gary Step will lead Zoom conversations that explain more.
The Great Commission, Matthew 28:16-20, was spoken by Jesus hundreds of years before the internet came on the scene. But online media are proving to be effective tools for evangelism.
Tom Snyder, a Deacon at Dexter United Methodist Church, is serving as a bridge between resources and needs of the homeless in Ann Arbor. “I like DOING Christianity,” he says.
Michigan’s covenant partners in Liberia have undertaken an Anti-COVID-19 campaign. Assistance is needed in their efforts to raise awareness, distribute supplies, and provide food.
120 bishops from around the globe held their first-ever virtual meeting. They celebrate new ways the church is in ministry during the pandemic.
The Navajo Nation ranks behind New York and New Jersey for per-capita cases. Native Americans across the U.S. are being fed and receiving care during the health crisis.