The Connectional Table, a United Methodist leadership body, calls denomination to address COVID-19 vaccination inequities as a “missional priority.”
Please welcome three new Global Mission Fellows. Meet the women who arrived in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, and Detroit for two years of service with God’s people in The Michigan Conference.
The Michigan Conference is in covenant with missionaries around the globe. Chin Cho left New Jersey in 2015 to serve at the Mongolia United Methodist Mission Initiative. Learn how Christian faith is growing in this Asian nation.
The United Methodist US-2 program has sent young missionaries across the nation in service since 1951. Barbara Brooks, Amy Brown, and Emily Palm are familiar names in the Michigan Conference.
Mustard Seed Grants from UMCOR continue an 80-year tradition of Welcoming the Stranger. Five UM churches in Michigan received these funds.
Do you know someone gifted at addressing human needs? Perhaps that person should consider joining the missionary corps known as Church and Community Workers.
COVID-19 has not stopped the vital service of United Methodist missionaries. They are #StillInMission and relating to their supporting churches online.
For years The Michigan Conference supported missionary Paul Webster in his work at Mujila Falls in Zambia. Today Temba Nkomozepi leads the agricultural and rural development in the community.
The US-2 track is accepting applications through November 30. If you are a young person, 20-30 years old, consider becoming a part of this program that has changed the world for 70 years.
The General Board of Global Ministries says goodbye to their leader Thomas Kemper. His mantra for United Methodist mission was “From Everywhere to Everywhere.”