The second cohort of ministry incubators is now being sought. Those with the seed of an idea for new ministry will be given the support and tools they need to… Continue Reading Ministry incubation, Seed to Harvest
Camps, CDF Freedom Schools, local churches, and United Methodist-related agencies are looking for young adults to engage in ministry this summer. Applications are now open.
The Michigan Conference has long been a leader in leadership development with young adults. A new program, MI-1, provides 18 to 28-year-olds opportunities for service.
They are growing in faith by serving God’s people. The Summer Intern Program is an eight-week experience that places young adults in churches and non-profit sites around The Michigan Conference.
Summer is just around the corner, always a time of engagement for Michigan United Methodists of all ages. Here are some opportunities for learning and serving.
As the church emerges from COVID, young adult ministries offers a spirit of experimentation and learning that will help build and grow the Michigan Conference.
While Millennials often identify as “NONES,” young families make up 60% of Valley Church in Allendale, a congregation that welcomed 14 babies in 2019 with 7 on the way.
The Mission Intern Program of The Michigan Area is celebrating 20 years of encouragement to young adults spending their summer exploring servant ministry.
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.
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.