Accidental e-churcher, the Rev. Glenn Wagner, says, “For the sake of the gospel, we all need to figure out how to do church and community in a new way.”
The Michigan Conference offers a Toolbox full of information and resources on how individuals and congregations can respond to COVID-19 in healthy ways.
On February 4, 2020 UMCOR announced it was providing an emergency grant to the Amity Foundation, their partner in China. The funds would address the spread of coronavirus.
The Michigan Conference joins in response to the coronavirus. Bishop Bard supports these personal and local church measures to support health and healing.
As Michigan’s Governor, Gretchen Whitmer takes precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Michigan Conference provides these action steps to partner with public health efforts.
A Water Justice Summit held in Detroit, January 24-25, 2020, will draw participants from around the world with the goal of uniting to protect God’s gift of clean water.
The second in a series encouraging good physical health of pastors and parishioners across Michigan. Move more and thrive!
This article is the first of a MIconnect series providing information and resources to encourage and motivate good physical health of our active and retired clergy as well as parishioners across Michigan. Many clergy have successfully taken steps to improve their health. If you would like to share your successes and lessons learned, please email… Continue Reading ‘Health is a spiritual issue’
Rev. John Boley is giving up potatoes for the sake of his health. As he looks ahead to the future of The United Methodist Church, he lists other things he must give up for the health of the Body of Christ.
Relationships heal. That’s the focus of this second article in a series about WV churches dealing with the opioid crisis.