Recent disasters have led UMCOR to send out a national request for cleaning kits (flood buckets), and the Michigan Conference is responding by coordinating a rally from September 12 through… Continue Reading Conference coordinates cleaning kit rally
Learn about current United Methodist mission work in Ukraine on Saturday, September 10, during an online event with Ukrainian church leaders and Bishop Christian Alsted of the Nordic and Baltic… Continue Reading Connect with Ukrainian United Methodists
Two service-related announcements: Disaster and VIM trainings will occur on October 22 at Ludington UMC, and a national request for cleaning kits has been issued by UMCOR with more details… Continue Reading Disaster/VIM trainings, cleaning kit request announced
After record flooding in Eastern Kentucky, United Methodist volunteers are serving as God’s “hands and feet.”
United Methodists in western Ukraine are opening their churches and homes to house evacuees from the war with Russia. Three shelters operated by the denomination care for about 100 displaced… Continue Reading Ukrainian United Methodists care for fellow countrymen
UMCOR invites Michigan congregations that have an idea for a creative project that would reach refugees and migrants in their community to apply for a $2,000 Mustard Seed Migration Grant.… Continue Reading MI churches invited to dream big
Michigan United Methodists are encouraged to contribute to the Conference Disaster Response Fund as the community leaders in Gaylord assess property damage and recovery needs from the May 20 tornado.
Working with three other aid organizations, UMCOR is collaborating to send medical supplies to Ukraine.
A gift to Haitian Assets for Peace International (HAPI) is among the $13 million in grants made by the General Board of Global Ministries during their spring meeting.
This report tells how UMCOR and partners — International Blue Crescent, Hungarian Interchurch Aid, and others — are providing food, shelter, and relief to those suffering in Ukraine.