Applications for mini-grants of $500 to $1,500 are due November 15 for churches that offer youth or young adult ministries in marginalized contexts.
Young people from around the United Methodist connection, including one from Michigan, reflect on the ‘life-changing’ Youth 2023, held in Florida.
Every four years, United Methodist youth from across the connection gather for four days of discipleship, fun, and fellowship. Are your church’s youth ready to attend YOUTH 2023 in Daytona… Continue Reading Ready to travel to YOUTH 2023?
What does confirmation look like for youth today? Rev. Christy Miller White says confirmation can be engaging and relevant, and she can assist in resourcing congregations to find the best… Continue Reading Is confirmation still important?
The Timothy Circle and Perkins School of Theology Office of External Programs sponsors a series of six free, online workshops to help congregations improve ministry with youth, ages 14-24.
Youth from four Heritage District congregations form friendships and faith while engaging in mission at Cass Community Social Services in Detroit.
The pandemic has presented challenges to leaders involved in faith formation. Christy Miller White and Kathy Pittenger offer support with three new cohorts starting in January 2022.
Feel like you are always rushing at the last minute? Need a reset? Just starting out in children’s/youth ministry and not sure where to begin? Come to “The Basics of… Continue Reading Planning Your Ministry Year
The Michigan Conference is served by three coordinators of age-level ministries. Meet Bridget Nelson, the leader of youth ministry initiatives .
Culture and faith are shaped as generation gives way to generation. The Youth Boom explained.