“There is nothing easy about this time,” says the Rev. Kathy Pittenger. Still, she remains hopeful as she offers families and leaders ideas and resources to take into the new school year.
Jurisdictions are voting online to elect leaders to the National United Methodist Women, who will serve for the next four years.
The Rev. John Harnish couldn’t get this song out of his head as it sparked memories of friends who now belong to the history of Michigan Methodism.
On January 3rd, a diverse, 16-member team of church leaders, offered a separation proposal that would preserve The United Methodist Church while allowing traditionalist-minded congregations to form a new denomination.
An new email newsletter called MIfaith begins publication this week. Watch for it in your inbox on Friday, April 26th.
The Michigan Annual Conference takes place May 30 – June 2, 2019 at Grand Traverse Resort. Go now to 2019.michiganumc.org for all the details.
Mid-Michigan Children & Youth Ministry Leaders Network Thursday, January 31 from 11am-1pm at University UMC, East Lansing. A place to network, share ideas, brainstorm, support, and encourage. Bring your lunch and ideas/questions for Lent and beyond. RSVP to Kathy Pittenger at email@example.com
Curious about United Methodist theology and beliefs? Want to know more about the meaning of Baptism and Communion? What about God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit? Or sin and forgiveness? If you are a children’s ministry leader and want to deepen your own faith, join us for an online Zoom webinar on Thursday, January 24th… Continue Reading United Methodism 101 for Children’s Ministry Leaders – Zoom Webinar
The Detroit Conference hosts a series of free workshops to help leaders and churches in transition. Continue Reading Free Workshops for Detroit Leaders