United Methodists Across the state are encouraged to support efforts to stop gun violence in Michigan. Resources and advocacy opportunities here.
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.
On this month’s Joyful Journey, Bishop David Alan Bard considers the true focus of Advent. He encourages each person to “let your soul rest in the amazing Love of God.”
See Christ in the hands and faces of Michigan United Methodists who share their faith on the pages of Facebook.
Meet the Rev. Brittney Stephan, the new Associate Director for Multi-cultural Vibrancy for The Michigan Conference.
An opportunity for transformation … the Michigan Office of Congregational Vibrancy hosts the REACH Summit November 2-3 in East Lansing.
In this month’s edition of HomeWords Bound, the Rev. Benton Heisler, the Michigan Conference Director of Connectional Ministry, celebrates fall and a new season of faithful teamwork and fruitful ministry.
Rev. Jeremy Wicks describes the many diverse “pieces” of Mosaic Church in Traverse City. God, the artist, brings us together and creates something that is beautiful.”
Conference Lay Leader, Anne Soles, encourages local church leaders to make contact with five new staff of the Michigan Conference staff in order to partner for Christ-centered ministry.
The Rev. John Boley describes changes that will enhance the life of the new Michigan Conference.