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Creativity in the time of COVID-19

Creativity shared on her front door.

Each person copes in his or her own way in these risky times. Sonya Luna finds creativity works for her.

Bishops celebrate connection

Council celebrates connection on Zoom.

120 bishops from around the globe held their first-ever virtual meeting. They celebrate new ways the church is in ministry during the pandemic.

God has kept her strong

Lucille is strong at 102

She was born at the time of the last great pandemic. Today, Lucille Ellson does not worry because, as a United Methodist, she learned to stay with God and stay strong.

UMC in Africa fighting COVID-19

Worshipers in Africa on Palm Sunday

United Methodists in Africa are raising awareness, breaking down myths and using experiences with Ebola to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Michigan UMCs with online worship

Sunday online at Metropolitan UMC Detroit

These United Methodist churches in The Michigan Conference are offering online worship on Sunday or devotional experiences during the week.

RVs on the road for mission

RVs brought these roof-raisers to Lake Michigan

What do retired United Methodists do when they get bored? They take their RVs to a place and fix something. They call themselves NOMADS.

Tennessee tornadoes hit hard

Tennessee church torn apart

Nighttime twisters claimed 25 lives, injured 150, and cut a 10-mile path through Tennessee. Three Nashville UM churches heavily damaged.

Albion president looks toward retirement

Albion Graduation 2016

Dr. Mauri Ditzler, president of Albion College, has spent six years connecting the school with the community and The UMC.

Bishop urges calm and preparation for coronavirus

Coronavirus precautions urged

Bishop David Bard calls Michigan United Methodists to pray for those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. He urges churches to be aware of precautions to take if the outbreak spreads.

Why a cross of ashes?

Worshipers with ashes on foreheads

On Ash Wednesday pastors dip their thumbs into a bowl of ashes and draw a cross on worshipers’ foreheads. The practice is ancient. Learn why ashes connect people with God.

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