Michigan congregations are invited to raise at least $600 over the next year to support scholarships for children at United Methodist-sponsored schools in Michigan and Liberia.
October 3, 2021, is World Communion Sunday. This offering supports a diverse mix of national and international ethnic young adults to make a global impact for Christ.
More than just a poster on the wall or a blurb in the bulletin. These congregations have a plan for promoting camp and supporting children and youth participation. Here’s how… Continue Reading Church camp changes lives
Do you know a student who is working on financial support for higher education? Metropolitan UMC in Detroit and the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation are taking applications for scholarships… Continue Reading Apply now for these UMC scholarships
What happens to dollars you give to Special Sunday offerings that support scholarships? Some of those funds come back to Michigan to help students pay for their education.
Your United Methodist Student Day kit is filled with ideas and resources to help your congregation participate in this annual Special Sunday offering on November 29, 2020.
World Communion Sunday, October 4, focuses attention on the universal and inclusive nature of the church, challenged but standing strong.
The Young Adult Fellowship of the Liberia Conference believes that money given for education is a very significant investment in the future of The United Methodist Church in their country.
Many United Methodist churches celebrate Communion once a month. But the Lord’s table stretches around the world on this Sunday in October every year and blesses scholars.
For 20 years, a Michigan couple, Ann and Morris Taber, traveled from Ypsilanti to Zimbabwe in support of Africa University.