For Advocacy Day, the Michigan Conference is raising money for Samaritan Counseling Center, an EngageMI partner in ministry that provides mental health care for anyone in Metro Detroit.
United Methodist missionary Temba Nkomozepi recently sat down with Rev. Alex Plum to talk about the work at Mujila Falls in Zambia and how he views mission as bidirectional.
On #GivingTuesday, November 28, focus on #BeUMC and give financially to mission and ministry projects supported by the Michigan Conference.
Here are 8 suggestions for congregations, individuals, and families to celebrate and undergird our indigenous communities.
Shanquel Askew and Karis Brown arrived in Michigan in August. They are settling in and serving at United Methodist Community House in Grand Rapids for the next two years.
STEP 5: United Methodist missionary Temba Nkomozepi recently sat down with Rev. Alex Plum to talk about the work at Mujila Falls in Zambia and how he views mission as bidirectional. Continue Reading Leaders explain mission is a two-way street
STEP SIX: Two Michigan United Methodist churches utilized Mustard Seed Migration Grants to begin new ministries to refugee neighbors. October 1 is the deadline for the 2023 grant cycle. Continue Reading Michigan churches help settle refugees
Dr. Temba Nkomozepi, an agriculturist with Mujila Falls Agriculture Center in Zambia, will visit Michigan from September 2 through October 15, and hosts are needed.
STEP ONE: The Gathering exists to provide food for body and soul in Harrison, MI. Ministry Shares dollars support them in this life-sustaining ministry. They are looking for new partners. Continue Reading Meet the do-it church in Harrison, Michigan
STEP FIVE: The Michigan Conference announces new ministry partners in Mozambique and Switzerland: Blair Moses Kamanga and Joy Eva Bohol. They serve as missionaries of The United Methodist Church. Continue Reading Missionaries bring the world to Michigan