Even when you can’t “go” to church, you can “be” the church. That’s what Michigan United Methodists are doing as they assist families struggling through the significant challenges of coronavirus.
Masks on and hearts open! A pandemic cannot stop persons from engaging in mission projects at home or at the church.
“There is nothing easy about this time,” says the Rev. Kathy Pittenger. Still, she remains hopeful as she offers families and leaders ideas and resources to take into the new school year.
The Rev. James Lawson calls Black Lives Matter a religious movement surrounding the families of George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, and others with a ministry of healing and empowerment.
The Michigan Area United Methodist Board of Camping announces its plan to move into the future focused on three facilities.
No one knew what was in store when students headed back to school in the fall of 2019. Pastor Dan Hart offers a prayer for education in Michigan during the season of COVID-19.
In years past, Caledonia United Methodist Church hosted two special Holy Week activities. The need for physical-distancing prompted their pastor to design a new walk for Lent 2020.
Usually, Holy Week involves multiple trips to church for special activities. But this year we look forward to a Stay-at-Home-Easter. That doesn’t mean it can’t be glorious!
The U.S. government is holding over 2,000 children in Homestead, FL. The Board of Church and Society suggests these steps.
Four sites will not open in 2019. Bishop David Bard pens a letter of encouragement and hope to those considering a summer-time experience at a United Methodist Campground in Michigan.