Seventeen new interns in The Michigan Conference’s Mission Intern Program begin their service this summer in United Methodist-affiliated nonprofits and local congregations throughout the state.
A grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund is enabling Deacon Alex Plum to help launch a new program at Cass Health Clinic in Detroit that addresses clients’ daily needs.
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Circles Grand Rapids rejoices as graduates achieve financial security, self-respect and systems of support.
Bread for the World says non-profits can not overcome proposed cuts to the Federal budget.
Detroit Tiny Homes Progressive Tour was hosted by Cass Community Social Services May 25-27.
An honest look at troubling realities and hopeful signs in America’s heartland.
A US-2 working in Detroit shares how it is difficult to be without a car in the “Car Capital of the world.”
Cass Community included in “Ministry with” events teaching relationship-based ministries.
General Conference hears about the achievements, vision and goals of The UMC’s Four Areas of Focus.