The Michigan Conference seeks four reserve delegates to serve at the 2024 North Central Jurisdictional Conference.
As the newly elected Secretary for the North Central Jurisdictional Conference, the Michigan Conference’s Diane Brown discovers joy in her administrative role serving the church.
Three Michigan United Methodists were instrumental in the planning and presentation of the conversation at North Central Jurisdictional Conference on the impact of homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism within The United… Continue Reading Michigan UMs aid storytelling at NCJ
The Rev. Paul Perez, clergy delegate, lists three important takeaways from last week’s North Central Jurisdictional Conference that every Michigan United Methodist should pay attention to.
In this op-ed, retired pastor Jack Harnish believes last week’s North Central Jurisdictional Conference modeled what he believes The United Methodist Church is to become.
The ten episcopal candidates for the North Central Jurisdiction formed a community that prayed and cared for each other, creating a message of unity and a model of mutual support… Continue Reading Introducing the Episcopal 22-10
Each newly elected bishop within the North Central Jurisdiction is gifted a homemade crosier, fashioned by a woodworker and retired elder, Rev. Art Scanson from the Dakotas Conference.
Episcopal assignments were announced Saturday morning during the consecration service of the three newly elected bishops to conclude the 2022 North Central Jurisdictional Conference.
Bishop Kennetha Bigham-Tsai sat down for her first interview with the Michigan Conference Communications Team following her election this week at the North Central Jurisdictional Conference.
Friday NCJ Conference highlights include a presentation on gun violence and a conversation on the impact of homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism on The United Methodist Church.