Rev. Jenny Smith speaks truth about the nature of the church and society and the need to live into the chaos around us, keep our hands open, and trust for… Continue Reading Let’s keep our hands open, dear ones
With a poet’s creativity and a pastor’s heart, Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai nourishes a bold vision of a church that is spiritually grounded in God and in United Methodist identity and… Continue Reading Bigham-Tsai nourishes a bold vision
The official Black caucus of The United Methodist Church, Black Methodists for Church Renewal, held their 55th General Meeting virtually April 28-May, 2022.
Native American Ministries Sunday will be celebrated across The United Methodist Church on May 1, 2022. These resources will support your observance of this important special offering.
The North Central Jurisdictional Conference met online November 10-11. Michigan Conference leaders reflect on the extraordinary nature of their time together.
With General Conference postponed until August of 2022, the Council of Bishops has called a special online session on May 8, 2021. The purpose is to enable the handling of… Continue Reading Bishops call GC session May 8, 2021
The North Central Jurisdiction College of Bishops commits to deep prayer, listening, prophetic witness, and the promotion of antiracism.
As conversations happen across The United Methodist Church about possible splits, the Connectional Table wants a place at the table.
Relationships — between individuals, nations, churches, or denominations — are complex. Jack Harnish explores the difficulties United Methodists now face.
The Rev. Kennetha J. Bigham-Tsai will be at GC2019 as a leader of the Connectional Table and a clergy delegate of The Michigan Conference.