The Michigan Conference announces Advocacy Day 2024, to be held March 13 in Lansing, and the topic is mental health care access.
Let’s join our voices to care for those struggling with mental health Join hundreds of United Methodists at the State Capitol in Lansing next March to advocate for access to… Continue Reading Advocacy Day: Supporting Mental Health Care Access
Wanting to connect the church and community? Wondering how best to sustain and grow a vital ministry? Looking for another approach after good plans don’t work in the same way? … Continue Reading Starting & Sustaining: Together in Ministries of Compassion, Justice & Inclusion
Monday, June 19, is Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Find ways to honor this day in your congregation as we live out the challenge… Continue Reading All UMs called to celebrate Juneteenth
Lace up your shoes and get moving for a great cause by participating in the 7th annual 5K for child hunger relief this June during Annual Conference.
Join Michigan United Methodists for the first annual Advocacy Day at Central UMC in Lansing! This will be a day of prayer, public witness, and meetings with your elected officials… Continue Reading 2023 Advocacy Day
Join us to pray in lament and in solidarity, learn about current End Gun Violence Michigan policy recommendations, and how to join the Michigan Conference first annual Advocacy Day training and events. Continue Reading Lunch and Learn Webinar: From Prayers to Action on Gun Safety
This Peace with Justice toolkit helps you support ministries of reconciliation.
A partnership between the United Methodist Southern Nigeria Conference and the Beautiful Gate Handicap Center recently improved the lives of people with mobility issues.
United Methodist Communications has created a new series of stories that weaves together a comprehensive look at United Methodists’ official life-centered ethic with real-life examples of how the church embodies… Continue Reading New series explores how UMs value life