Rev. Taek Kim reflects on attending Advocacy Day and how he witnessed God working mightily as United Methodists joined in prayer and action on gun safety advocacy.
Over 300 United Methodists and friends journeyed to Lansing to move hearts and minds on gun safety legislation through their stories and witness.
Following the MSU mass shooting, United Methodists are galvanized to take action and ask others to join them on Advocacy Day on March 22.
United Methodist churches in the greater Lansing area grapple with the Feb. 13 mass shooting on the campus of Michigan State University.
Register for the 30-minute Lunch and Learn webinar on Feb. 14 to learn more about Advocacy Day and how you can do something about gun violence prevention here in Michigan.
The Michigan Conference has joined a growing movement seeking to make gun violence prevention a priority for state lawmakers. Are you passionate about this issue? If so, join other Michigan… Continue Reading Gun violence prevention picks up speed
On the anniversaries of the Oxford and Sandy Hook school shootings, Michigan United Methodist congregations created spaces for prayer and fellowship as a means of caring for their communities.
Michigan United Methodists are invited to take the next steps in gun violence prevention by saving the date for Advocacy Day at Central UMC in Lansing on March 22, 2023… Continue Reading Take next steps in gun violence prevention