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A deaconess in the kitchen

A deaconess makes bread

5loaves2fishnmi operates out of Leland Community United Methodist Church under the direction of Michelle and Bill White. This deaconess and home missioner nourish the bodies and souls in their community.

Churches assist during winter storms

Churches provide volunteers

United Methodist churches across the south opened shelters as winter storms left millions without water or electricity. Gifts to UMCOR’s U.S. Disaster Response #901670 will provide aid for recovery efforts.

She works to keep God happy

Billie Jean Baker, woman of God

Her work on the streets of Dallas means life-or-death to those without shelter. The North Texas Conference recognized Bille Jean Baker’s service with God among the homeless with a Harry Denman Award.

Dexter Deacon does ‘loaves and fishes’

Deacon Tom Snyder serves homeless

Tom Snyder, a Deacon at Dexter United Methodist Church, is serving as a bridge between resources and needs of the homeless in Ann Arbor. “I like DOING Christianity,” he says.

More COVID Heroes in action

More COVID Heroes

Life in Michigan has not been the same since March 24th, when Governor Gretchen Whitmer first acted for the safety of the state. United Methodists continue to be the church.

Generosity is a two-way street

Centenary kitchen fills plates with generosity

Jesus demonstrated generosity. He fed 5,000 with five loaves and two fish. Community Dinners at Centenary UMC also have a way of multiplying so that many are fed.

Mitch Albom visits NOAH Project

Amy Brown, Executive Director NOAH Project

A recent edition of Mitch Albom’s Heart of Detroit featured an interview with Amy Brown, Director of the NOAH Project at Detroit Central United Methodist Church.

Tiny Homes on parade

Detroit Tiny Homes Progressive Tour was hosted by Cass Community Social Services May 25-27.

Breaking the cycle of poverty

The project  promises something big with tiny homes that the homeless can rent to own.

Big dreams, tiny houses

Detroit News reports on Cass Community Social Service’s $1.5 million Tiny House project. Rev. Faith Fowler explains.