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Get started in Conference advocacy

Patsy and child of ESL student at Elsie UMC.

Resolutions for three social justice issues were adopted by The Michigan Conference  at Annual Conference. Practical next steps for advocacy are outlined for addressing gun violence, cancellation of federal student… Continue Reading Get started in Conference advocacy

JFON-MI explains Ukrainians’ options

Ukrainians seek safety in US

The Biden Administration is taking steps to expand the possibilities for Ukrainians hoping to seek refuge with family and friends in the U.S. Over 36,000 Ukrainians currently reside in Michigan.

A world connected in Christ’s love

Peace in Christ for Ukraine

A reminder, from the Rev. Paul Perez and Bishop Edward Khegay, that “Christ can connect people across the deepest divisions imaginable.” Here are ways you can be a peacemaker today.

UMCOR approves $10 million in grants

UMCOR grant to Haiti

“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.

A ‘hidden iceberg’ in Mizak, Haiti

HAPI in Mizak

Haitian Assets for Peace International, HAPI, is located in Mizak. As Internally Displaced Persons flee to Mizak, it is feeling the strain of becoming a resettlement community.

Dearborn 1st renovates for ministry and mission

Dearborn ribbon-cutting

The Rev. Dr. Charles Boayue was present at Dearborn First United Methodist Church to assist in a ribbon-cutting ceremony of their newly renovated Wesleyan Hall.

Michigan welcomes Afghan refugees

Williamston UMC marches for Afghan refugees

Afghan refugees are arriving in the state. Agencies estimate that it will cost approximately $2,000 a month to keep a family of four alive. United Methodists are called to act,… Continue Reading Michigan welcomes Afghan refugees

UMs help with Afghan resettlement

Afghan family flees country

United Methodist churches across the United States are offering radical hospitality to Afghan families caught in the aftermath of a 20-year war.

Detroit church doors open for Ded

Albanian couple at Detroit Central Church

“I can now breathe fresh air!” Ded Rranxburgaj declares with joy as he is able to leave Detroit Central United Methodist Church after three and a half years in sanctuary.

Let’s advocate for paths to citizenship

JFON advocates for citizenship

The Rev. Paul Perez reflects on the privileges of U.S. citizenship and invites United Methodists to support campaigns aiding undocumented immigrants.

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