Over 200 people attended the opening of Midwest Mission’s second campus in Jefferson, IA, including Iowa Bishop Kennetha Bigham-Tsai.
The ten episcopal candidates for the North Central Jurisdiction formed a community that prayed and cared for each other, creating a message of unity and a model of mutual support… Continue Reading Introducing the Episcopal 22-10
Bishop Kennetha Bigham-Tsai sat down for her first interview with the Michigan Conference Communications Team following her election this week at the North Central Jurisdictional Conference.
The Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai, Michigan’s only episcopal candidate, was elected bishop on the first ballot during the opening business session of the 2022 North Central Jurisdictional Conference.
Delegates from the Michigan Conference are preparing to go to Fort Wayne, IN, next week for the 2022 North Central Jurisdictional Conference to elect bishops and plan for shared mission… Continue Reading Michigan delegates prepare for NCJ Conference
In this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Bard reflects on North Central Jurisdictional Conference, scheduled for November 2-5, 2022, and what it means for him and the missional work we’ve… Continue Reading Press on for Jesus Christ
Bishop Mande Muyombo, resident bishop of the North Katanga Episcopal Area, has been chosen to succeed Bishop Christian Alsted as chair of the Connectional Table, effective December 1, 2022.
With a poet’s creativity and a pastor’s heart, Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai nourishes a bold vision of a church that is spiritually grounded in God and in United Methodist identity and… Continue Reading Bigham-Tsai nourishes a bold vision
Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai is one of three members of the Connectional Table to receive an episcopal nomination and full endorsement by their annual conference.
The June 24 Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade has elicited various responses from United Methodists. Several agencies and individuals speak out, including Bishop David Alan Bard of The… Continue Reading United Methodists react to end of Roe v. Wade