Tag: Mission u
Mission u begins this weekend
The criminalization of Black girls in school and the church’s moral witness through radical discipleship are the focus in this year’s virtual sessions of Mission u. Sessions are free. Register… Continue Reading Mission u begins this weekend
Spending summer with God
Summer is just around the corner, always a time of engagement for Michigan United Methodists of all ages. Here are some opportunities for learning and serving.
UMW transforming the transforming
United Methodist Women Mission u events moved online in 2020 to help participants prepare for faithful living and transforming the world in the midst of a pandemic.
Leader celebrates the UMW
United Methodist Women is 151 years young and growing under the leadership of faithful women like President Linda Darrow, who leaves her post in December.
Internet keeps UMW purpose alive
A local unit celebrates UMW Sunday online, and the Michigan Conference UMW provide a spiritual growth study by video. United Methodist Women remain alive in fulfilling their purpose.
CANCELLED – Michigan Conference Mission u of the North
CANCELLED – Mission u “Finding Peace” is offered in four locations throughout Michigan. Gaylord First UMC Lake Huron Retreat Center Baldwin Hall at Albion College Troy Big Beaver UMC While… Continue Reading CANCELLED – Michigan Conference Mission u of the North
Follow your compass to mission u
Gaylord, Southfield, Albion, and Burtchville are the four points of the 2019 Mission u compass. An excellent group of study leaders welcomes participants in all venues.
2018 Mission u July-August 2018
United Methodist Women in Michigan invite all to participate in global education through Mission u . The West Michigan and Detroit Conference United Methodist Women have announced the dates of… Continue Reading 2018 Mission u July-August 2018
Mission u July & August, 2016
Climate justice, human sexuality and Latin America are the UMW studies offered at Mission u 2016.
Michigan pastor authors study
The United Methodist Women announce four new studies, one authored by a clergywoman from West Michigan.