The Rev. Jon Reynolds explains how Michigan Conference support of ministries in the Liberia Conference makes a difference for Jesus Christ.
Representatives from The Michigan Conference gathered with others around the globe to celebrate ministry and consider a strategic plan at the 2019 Liberia Partner Summit held in Cleveland, April 4-5, 2019.
Native American Ministries Sunday is May 5th. Pastor Carmen Cook talks about the value of multi-cultural relationship.
An email newsletter called MIfaith begins publication the week after Easter. Watch for it in your inbox on May 3.
The annual Native American Ministries Sunday Offering is May 5th. A portion of the funding helps support initiatives in Michigan’s Native American congregations like Greensky Hill Indian United Methodist Church.
Three weeks have passed since the delegates returned home from St. Louis. In the meantime, Michigan United Methodists join others across the connection in responding to actions of GC 2019.
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Clergy from across The Michigan Conference filled the sanctuary of Midland First UMC last Saturday. It was a time of worship, witness and listening.
“I invite you, on the heels of General Conference, to observe a holy Lent,” says Michigan Bishop David Bard. His counsel, “slow down and dig deep” in this uncertain time.
UMRC and Porter Hills have come together with shared commitment to the best possible care for older adults in Michigan.