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Apply now for EncounterMICall

students at Encountermicall retreat

EncounterMICall is a 32-week internship for young adults that includes experience in areas like ministry with children, music, community engagement, and communications. Apply now.

Serve through Discover Mission

Staff of Motown Mission in Detroit

Michigan Volunteers in Mission (MVIM) highlights these Discover Mission opportunities to serve, both in the state and out of the country, during the next year.

‘Good vibes’ at Wesley at U of M

U of M Wesley Students

  In this Wesley Foundation Highlight, we learn how Wesley at University of Michigan is equipping bold and effective leaders for service to church and community.

Young adults reflect on Traditional Plan

Young adults at the 2019 General Conference.

Passage of the Traditional Plan by GC 2019 prompted both joy and grief among young adults present in St. Louis. 

Mission Intern applications now open

Mission Interns serving at Cass Community Social Services.

The Mission Intern Program of The Michigan Conference offers young adults an eight-week opportunity to be in ministry with children.

Michigan’s young people reflect

Megan Walther on the concourse in The Dome in St. Louis

While delegates work on the floor of the 2019 General Conference, some young adults watch on the sidelines and wonder what the future holds for The United Methodist Church.

Meet Lynda Sylvain, Fearless Fellow

Motown Mission staff

Since 2017 Lynda Sylvain has served as a US-2 in Detroit. She speaks here about her work at Motown Mission.

Profile in leadership

Lisa Batten receives Golden Yam Award

The Michigan Conference is served by three coordinators of age-level ministries. Meet Lisa Batten, the leader of Young Adult Initiatives.

Involving young people in stewardship

Young man making payment online

In a “Leading Ideas” feature, Ian Urriola outlines four ways churches can foster a culture of generosity among young people.

Graduating? What’s next?

Some ideas for graduates stepping into this new season with less anxiety and more confidence in your future.

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