Sonya Luna is a General Board of Global Ministries missionary supporting Hispanic/Latino ministries in The Michigan Conference since 2008.
The Michigan Area Hispanic-Latino Committee calls churches to be safe welcoming places for all.
ST. JOHNS, Michigan (MIC) The cattle are lowing, the baby awakes. Sounds like Christmas Eve in Bethlehem, doesn’t it? Well, it was Ash Wednesday in mid-Michigan. Ellen Zienert, pastor of St. Johns First United Methodist Church, Heartland District, describes the experience as a “reverse drive-in” imposition of ashes on the first day of Lent 2016.… Continue Reading Blessing goes to barns
The Michigan Area Committee on Hispanic-Latino Ministries encourages congregations to participate in the Who is My Neighbor? Challenge.
National Hispanic Heritage Month, observed in the United States from September 15 – October 15, celebrates the culture and traditions of Hispanic Americans. Resonating a strong commitment to family, faith and work, the positive influence of Hispanics—and Hispanic culture—on American life cannot be overstated. Over 50 million Hispanics and Latinos reside in the U.S. … Continue Reading Hispanic Heritage month begins