ABC12 reports on a new partnership between Flint: Asbury Church and Kettering University.
DeWitt Redeemer UMC presents the one-eighty conference, encouraging pastors and church leaders to face change with faith and unity. Continue Reading 180 Turnaround Church Conference
Bridges Out of Poverty looks at the dynamics that cause and maintain poverty from an individual to systemic level and provides strategies to prevent, reduce and alleviate poverty in your community. Continue Reading BRIDGES OUT OF POVERTY RETREAT – Clarkston UMC
Education, nutrition and advocacy go beyond bottled water in the latest recovery efforts.
New Superintendents (l-r) John Hice, David Kim, Dwayne Bagley will be installed in DeWitt on October 9, 2016.
As Peter Plum goes back to work in the world, Gregory Timmons is named new Water Recovery Coordinator in Flint.
The Crossroads District is launching a series of Community Conversations about the Flint Water crisis starting June 14.
A United Methodist pastor and engineer is on the scene in Flint, testing the water and praising God.
Crossroads District is sponsoring another Take it to the Streets on Saturday, May 21, 2016 in Flint, Clarkston and Owosso. Volunteers from those communities will gather to feed the hungry, remove blight, minister to the sick, shut-ins and homeless, landscape and beautify public areas, plant community gardens and more! There is something for everyone! Saturday, May 21, 2016 9-2pm… Continue Reading Take it to the Streets May 21
Bishop Deborah L. Kiesey will speak at the UMW Water Witness at General Conference in Portland.