Blooming Where We Are Planted We cannot care for one another without caring for ourselves. We will be exploring the ways to celebrate life, breathe through the hard times, and create a culture of joy through the community of faith and our relationship with Christ. We will discover ways to bloom and thrive where we… Continue Reading 2020 UMC Administrative Assistant Annual Retreat
Life-changing things happen in the wilderness. The Rev. Glenn Wagner describes what happened to Jesus and what happened to him in the remote desert in Israel.
March 25-27 marks the first of three Courage to Lead Retreats. Michigan Conference clergy have an opportunity to renew their calling.
Benton Heisler invites participation in Michigan’s conference and affiliate camps. Go to camp for a week. Support a camper. Volunteer. You’ll change a life or two, perhaps your own.
Michigan Town & Country Ministries Presents the 50th Annual Circuit Rider Retreat Featuring Keynote Speaker Bishop David A. Bard Open to ALL pastors and spouses serving smaller, single and multiple-point churches. The retreat is also open to retired pastors who have attended in the past. Join us at the West Branch Quality Inn… Continue Reading Town & Country Circuit Rider Retreat
A time of R.E.S.T. for those with the gift of administration gathered at Kettunen Center for the annual MI-AIM Retreat. MI-AIM (Michigan Assistants in Ministry) is an organization that benefits United Methodist church administrators and office professionals through shared knowledge and experiences. MI-AIM is an official chapter of the National Organization, the “Professional Administrators of… Continue Reading Enhance the ministry of administration
This year this is just a little bit different. Our retreat is being held on a Saturday/Sunday and it is at the end of summer. With these changes we are offering more time for “R.E.S.T.” and Fun! Guest Speaker: Robyn Dykstra Come Renew your soul Educate your mind Fill your Spiritual tank and enjoy fellowship… Continue Reading 2019 UMC Administrative Assistant Annual Retreat
Join the Michigan Learning Community Over six months, Learning Community Cohorts meet for two week-end retreats, monthly connection and support through coaching. Teams and individuals discern and implement intentional steps toward developing fresh expressions of church appropriate to their unique contexts.
This is a time for laity and clergy to step away from busy lives to nurture themselves. Clergy can also use this time for final preparation for Holy Week, April 8-9, 2019 at Lake Huron Retreat Center. Continue Reading Space to breathe – a Lenten Retreat
BYO Crafts to Lake Huron Retreat Center Bring a friend or two, your favorite craft projects and have an uninterrupted weekend to play, craft and relax. Leave the cooking and cleaning to us! One 6′ table assigned to each person (electricity available) in Littleton Lodge – guest rooms and crafting space in one building. Meals… Continue Reading Spring Craft Retreat at Lake Huron Center