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Celebrate Easter with Bishop Bard

Celebrate Easter with Bishop Bard

We cannot go to church on April 12 but that does not mean we can’t celebrate Easter. And inviting others is easier this year than ever before.

Michigan Conference alert on COVID-19

Handwashing helps from spreading coronavirus

As Michigan’s Governor, Gretchen Whitmer takes precautions to slow the spread of  COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Michigan Conference provides these action steps to partner with public health efforts.

Michigan-Liberia friendship continues

Signing the Liberia Covenant of friendship and ministry

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.

Bishop urges calm and preparation for coronavirus

Coronavirus precautions urged

Bishop David Bard calls Michigan United Methodists to pray for those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. He urges churches to be aware of precautions to take if the outbreak spreads.

A portrait of mission up north

Girls serve up north mission

Makes plans now to go north into the Upper Peninsula to answer the call to service. God’s Country Cooperative Parish can put your skills and faith to work.

Hidden in plain sight

The sight of a lighthouse is welcome to sailors.

Munising is a town on the southern shore of Lake Superior. Lighthouses are a very familiar sight in the neighborhood, and those great beacons have some enlightening lessons to teach.

A Wesleyan response to gun violence

Candlelight vigil after Dayton gun violence

Paul Perez reflects on being part of a targeted racial/ethnic group and shares how to move forward with positive action. 

Michigan VIMs assist Puerto Rico

East Winds men with Puerto Rican leaders

  A 7-member team organized by The East Winds District left Michigan and served in Puerto Rico for a week in January. They now see the world with new eyes.

Copper Country flood recovery

Volunteers from Hancock United Methodist Church assist in food clean up.

United Methodists have been on the scene in the Upper Peninsula since floods struck the Houghton area in mid-June. Now UMCOR’s two new case managers are aiding in the recovery.

Michigan Conference donates $55,000 to Flint

United Methodists make a major contribution to continue water relief for Flint residents.

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