Michigan’s covenant partners in Liberia have undertaken an Anti-COVID-19 campaign. Assistance is needed in their efforts to raise awareness, distribute supplies, and provide food.
United Methodists in Africa are raising awareness, breaking down myths and using experiences with Ebola to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Nine persons from Michigan traveled to West Africa last month to attend the Liberia Annual Conference. Covenant-signing and visits to mission sites were highlights of the trip.
Liberia’s General Conference delegates are mandated to work for changes in the financial aspects of the Protocol and lower the percentage of votes needed for a conference to leave The UMC.
The Global Water Justice Summit aims at greater appreciation for water and everyday access to it. The goal is to consider that a missional commitment for the North Central Jurisdiction.
The University of Liberia was founded in 1862. On November 28, 2019, the Rev. Dr. Julius Nelson, Jr. was inducted as the 15th leader to serve the institution.
The Young Adult Fellowship of the Liberia Conference believes that money given for education is a very significant investment in the future of The United Methodist Church in their country.
Imagine No Malaria continues to save lives in Africa. The health system in Liberia is grateful for $40,000 of supplies and meds to combat malaria.
A former refugee, this World Communion Scholarship recipient says, “I am prayerfully discerning what ministry God is calling me to specifically.”
UM Global Health initiated a Health Systems Strengthening program to improve quality of services at mission hospitals including Ganta Hospital.