The Michigan Conference announces the recipients of this year’s Advent offering along with updated resources for children and families.
Start the kids you love on a faith journey by taking simple steps and helping them explore ideas of faith and belief in daily life.
Forming a deep spirituality is just as important to our children’s development as learning to read or grasping math equations, and the Michigan Conference is helping families and churches do… Continue Reading Making a case for our children’s spirituality
The Michigan Conference, in collaboration with Traverse City: Central UMC and the Northern Waters District, launched an innovative set of videos and online resources to equip parents and caregivers as… Continue Reading Conference launches spiritual formation toolbox
“[Parents] may not be the expert on all things theological, but they are the expert on their kids.” The Rev. Kathy Pittenger talks about faith formation.
The pandemic has presented challenges to leaders involved in faith formation. Christy Miller White and Kathy Pittenger offer support with three new cohorts starting in January 2022.
A new Child Hunger Working Group of The Michigan Conference encourages United Methodist churches to learn, act, and advocate for the feeding of hungry children and families across the state.
Gifts to the annual Christian Education Sunday offering are used to provide mini-grants supporting faith formation efforts in local churches across Michigan.
Join us as we discuss the book Bridging Theory & Practice in Children’s Spirituality edited by Mimi Larson and Robert J. Keeley on Thursday, August 26th at 10:30am Eastern. Additional… Continue Reading Leadership Book Club