STEP THREE: Justice for Our Neighbors Michigan, one of 19 JFON affiliates, announces a new name—Immigration Law & Justice Michigan—coupled with an enduring passion for mission. Continue Reading JFON rebrands all network affiliates
STEP SIX: Two Michigan United Methodist churches utilized Mustard Seed Migration Grants to begin new ministries to refugee neighbors. October 1 is the deadline for the 2023 grant cycle. Continue Reading Michigan churches help settle refugees
STEP TWO: From October 1-7, After the Storm urged churches and individuals to come to Detroit to help flood survivors improve the health of their homes. Continue Reading After the Storm hosts volunteer blitz
Bishops from the North Central Jurisdiction recently experienced the work done by ministry partner Midwest Mission by participating in hands-on mission projects.
The Michigan Conference seeks volunteers to become UMCOR-certified early responders by attending a one-day Early Response Team training next month. Register by November 8.
From October 1-7, After the Storm urges churches and individuals to come to Detroit to help flood survivors improve the health of their homes.
The Michigan Conference prepares for a fall disaster kit rally, September 10 through October 22, as it begins a season of transition in disaster response ministry leadership.
Justice for Our Neighbors Michigan announces a new name—Immigration Law & Justice Michigan—coupled with an enduring passion for mission.
Over 200 people attended the opening of Midwest Mission’s second campus in Jefferson, IA, including Iowa Bishop Kennetha Bigham-Tsai.
STEP THREE: In 2022 Michigan churches’ contributions through EngageMI increased by 38%. We led the denomination in giving to national and international advance projects. Continue Reading Michigan’s EngageMI gifts lead UMC