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Nurture your new ideas for ministry

Churches supporting local school library

Find peer support from others by joining the next cohort of the Michigan Conference’s Seed to Harvest ministry incubation program in January.

Mission leaders learn to fish in new waters

Fly fishing

STEP ONE: On September 30, 2023, eighty persons gathered from across the Michigan Conference to get fired up about Starting & Sustaining Ministries of Compassion, Justice, and Inclusion. Continue Reading Mission leaders learn to fish in new waters

Learning to fish in new waters

Fly fishing

On September 30, 2023, eighty persons gathered from across the Michigan Conference to get fired up about Starting & Sustaining Ministries of Compassion, Justice, and Inclusion.

Don’t let your dreams be dreams

Boy holding kite

How do we bring dreams of ministry into reality? Learn about the Seed to Harvest ministry incubation program at the October 11 lunch and learn.

Celebrating United Methodist connections

Youth attending a retreat

Sonya Luna reflects on her time working for the Michigan Conference and thanks God for the many wonderful connections that have sustained her.

Let go. Rest. Incubate.

Dandelion

Lisa Batten’s recent experience at the UMC LEAD Conference affirmed that we, as the church, must continually evaluate what we’re doing so that we can risk something new.

Ministry incubation, Seed to Harvest

Seed to Harvest develops new ideas

The second cohort of ministry incubators is now being sought. Those with the seed of an idea for new ministry will be given the support and tools they need to… Continue Reading Ministry incubation, Seed to Harvest

Young adult ministry is a learning lab

Seed to Harvest is new young adult ministry

As the church emerges from COVID, young adult ministries offers a spirit of experimentation and learning that will help build and grow the Michigan Conference.

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