Young people from around the United Methodist connection, including one from Michigan, reflect on the ‘life-changing’ Youth 2023, held in Florida.
Campus ministries are fearless leaders in building innovative, come-as-you-are faith communities as they flex and adapt to the unique challenges facing young adults today.
Young adults, ages 18-35, seeking short-term, cultural immersion experiences abroad can join an upcoming UMVIM Discover … Mission journey.
Throughout Lent, campus ministry leaders will provide devotions based on the Gospel lectionary scriptures. Jeff Williams, Chair of the Division of Higher Education and Campus Ministry, looks to the example… Continue Reading Jesus was a public educator
Throughout Lent, campus ministry leaders will provide devotions based on the Gospel lectionary scriptures. Nancy Janisch from United Campus Christian Fellowship in Grand Rapids invites us to listen carefully to… Continue Reading Giving God the glory
Young adults, ages 20 to 30, needing direction in their career or seeking clarity and God’s will in decision-making are invited to a discernment retreat on October 21-22.
Seventeen new interns in The Michigan Conference’s Mission Intern Program begin their service this summer in United Methodist-affiliated nonprofits and local congregations throughout the state.
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.