The Michigan Conference has long been a leader in leadership development with young adults. A new program, MI-1, provides 18 to 28-year-olds opportunities for service.
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 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.
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.
Here are two great opportunities to get acquainted with young adult missionaries in Michigan. Join the conversation October 8th at 5pm.
Three young missionaries, US-2s, were commissioned this month. One leaves Michigan for service in Florida. One arrives in Kalamazoo from Florida. The third left Illinois and is now in Detroit. God bless them all!
Two Michigan women, who began new United Methodist positions July 1, credit their faith formation to the family tree of the Rev. Ken and Jan Kline.
At the present time, seven young adult missionaries are serving in Michigan. Three of these Fellows talk about their service with God’s people in Kalamazoo and Detroit.
There have been 10 Global Mission Fellows, young adult missionaries, serving in Michigan since 2010. On August 25th three more young people arrive to serve in Detroit and Kalamazoo.
Bishop Laurie Haller takes a personal look at an awesome global enterprise … the mission of The United Methodist Church.