Use or adapt this 28-day Prayer Calendar as you continue the journey into the Easter Season. Deepening your relationship with God and with each other offers comfort and support at this critical time.
The event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date. Covenant Discipleship is a proven and effective method of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. A Covenant Discipleship group is 5-7 people who meet one hour each week for mutual accountability and support for their discipleship. The March 21 workshop will equip you with the basic knowledge and resources needed to form and support covenant discipleship groups in your congregation. Please RSVP by calling the Trinity church office at 616.456.7168. Continue Reading Covenant Discipleship Workshop-Cancelled due to COVID-19 Concerns
Lent is a season of reflection and spiritual renewal. Here are some Lenten resources designed to guide groups, families, and individuals in preparation for Easter.
The posture of prayer is the subject of this reflection by Rev. Dave Barnhart, who suggests that praying is an activity that engages the whole body and spirit.
A new school year can be exciting or scary–or both. Help make that transition easier by praying and giving thanks for the people in our schools and classrooms.
Rev. Benton Heisler explains that no matter how many miles we travel from home, in joy and in discouragement, God is there to take us in and show us love.
Rev. Anita Hahn, Superintendent of Northern Waters District, reflects on her life verse and the value of joy, patience and prayer. She encourages others to have a life verse, too.
Relationships heal. That’s the focus of this second article in a series about WV churches dealing with the opioid crisis.
News out of the 2019 General Conference caused pain and uncertainty for many. United Methodist congregations in Michigan offered information and pastoral care.
“Come Holy Spirit!” Those were the power-filled words prayed often on February 24 as the business of the 2019 General Conference moved ahead. Michigan delegates and guests feel God’s presence.