The Rev. Cynthia A. Wilson leads a new innovative worship institute which will provide training for musicians and worship leaders in the sacred music of Africana church traditions.
Rev. Albert Rush encourages Michigan congregations to address societal violence of all kinds, providing space in worship to remember and pray for all those who suffer.
Members of the 2022 Michigan Annual Conference gathered in Acme, MI June 1-4 for worship, celebration, and time for mourning.
The Rev. Candace M. Lewis, Gammon Theological Seminary president, lauds the innovation and adaptability of Black congregations in coping with COVID-19.
The Hebrew word “adovah” translates to both “work” and “worship.” LuAnn Rourke offers two pieces of counsel for how to move forward with worship work in challenging times.
Are you using hymns, videos, and Bible translations appropriately when you livestream your worship? Here are helpful tips from United Methodist Communications.
Praise the Lord! Two songs by Michigan pastors are being offered free for use in congregational worship.
Members of Oakton UMC, in rural Kentucky, look forward to their first group hug post-pandemic. The congregation in Hickman County numbered seven at a recent in-person worship service.
From June 3 to June 6, 2021, the Virtual Michigan Annual Conference traveled through a strange land toward a new day singing songs of joy, peace, justice, courage, and hope.