David Draeger, a full-time mission volunteer serving the Methodist Church of Haiti (EMH), shares this report of present realities and future hopes for the country.
UMCOR grants are helping Haitians recover from the earthquake that struck in August 2021. Your dollars have provided food relief, equipment for health care facilities, and clean water.
“A new age implies challenge and change,” said Roland Fernandes, chief executive of Global Ministries and UMCOR as the board approved grants to continue God’s work around the globe.
In this pastoral letter to Michigan United Methodists, Bishop David Bard encourages pastors and laity to care for the well-being of themselves and others as COVID caseloads increase in the… Continue Reading Bishop calls UMs to slow COVID spread
One disaster after another has filled the headlines in recent weeks. UMCOR and The Michigan Conference provide ways to restore the lives of neighbors near and far.
UMCOR has issued funds for medical relief in Haiti. Roland Fernandes, head of UMCOR, says, “Our response will continue with more grants to partners in the region providing humanitarian relief.”
Deaconesses have been serving the Methodist Church since 1890. Valerie Mossman-Celestin is one of four deaconesses serving in The Michigan Conference. Here’s how God touched her life and sent her… Continue Reading Finding God’s fingerprints in Haiti
For the second time in 11 years, a major earthquake struck Haiti. Reports reaching The Michigan Conference indicate devastation is the greatest in the region of Jeremie and Les Cayes.… Continue Reading The earth shifts once again across Haiti
Michigan Conference Covenant Partners in Haiti need our prayers as the country faces uncertainty after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse on July 7. This follows a fire at HAPI… Continue Reading Fire in Mizak, Haiti impacts HAPI
Relationships are a big part of the life of an annual Conference. Members heard the news about their covenant brothers and sisters in Liberia and Haiti.