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A personal “Aha!” epiphany

Star of Epiphany

The Rev. Glenn Wagner reflects on the history of epiphany, the Christian season of Epiphany, and a personal epiphany that has made a difference in his life.

Celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas

12 Days of Christmas End with Magi appearance on Epiphany

Christmastide is the name of the Christian season that starts on Christmas Day and stretches for 12 days after that. Here are 12 simple ideas that don’t require a pear… Continue Reading Celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas

Embracing another way

Magi go home another way

In Matthew’s Gospel, the visitors from the East go home “another way.” After a year of journeying with the Corona Virus, all God’s people are coping with another way of… Continue Reading Embracing another way

Plan carefully for in-person gatherings

Watch stats and data as in-person gatherings are resulmed

Vaccinations have begun but a recent surge in coronavirus infections in Michigan signals a need to be cautious as plans are made to resume in-person gatherings.

A pastoral letter from NCJ bishops

Bishops commit to antiracist stance

Bishop David A. Bard, President of the North Central College of Bishops, shares a pastoral letter regarding the special called session of the General Conference in St. Louis, February 23-26.

Humility, hope, heart and wisdom

Message from Bishop Bard

With the 2019 General Conference now just six weeks away, Bishop David Bard offers The Michigan Area hope-filled New Year’s greetings and counsel.

Lessons of Epiphany

“Epiphany is a loaded day on the Christian calendar,”  says Yvette Moore, United Methodist Women.

Christmastide blessing

For more than 30 years, the Boar’s Head Festival at the end of Christmas has drawn crowds to Trinity UMC in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Keep watching

At the start of 2017 one church leader invites the individuals and churches to “do as the Magi and work.”

Taking it all in

I have often used, as well as heard, the phrase “it is a matter of perspective”. 

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