Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai chairs the UMC’s Connectional Table. She shares about rich connections she experienced at her home Annual Conference.
The United Methodist General Conference is coming to Minneapolis in May of 2020, and The Michigan Conference will be there.
As conversations happen across The United Methodist Church about possible splits, the Connectional Table wants a place at the table.
The Rev. Kennetha J. Bigham-Tsai will be at GC2019 as a leader of the Connectional Table and a clergy delegate of The Michigan Conference.
The third in a four-part series. The special session of the General Conference convenes in St. Louis, Missouri February 23-26, 2019. Here’s how one Michigan delegate is preparing her spirit.
The Connectional Table considers a new structure that would allow the denomination to address matters that deal exclusively with United Methodists in the U.S.
A member of the United Methodist Connectional Table calls the Church to remain unified in love and mission.
Human sexuality will be a topic at the United Methodist General Conference in May. This dialogue speaks to the issues.
LANSING (MIC) — Members of the General/Jurisdictional Delegations of the Detroit and West Michigan Conferences endorsed the Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai and the Rev. Laurie Haller as their episcopal nominees at their February 20, 2016 meeting here.