AC 2021 begins with the Clergy Session and Laity Event on June 3 and ends with a Day of Action against child hunger on June 6. Registration ends May 15.
We are now three weeks away from the 2021 Virtual Michigan Annual Conference. Here is the schedule at a glance:
Teaching Time will be led by the Rev. Cynthia Wilson, Executive Director of Worship Resources at United Methodist Discipleship Ministries. She leads the denominational effort to develop resources and training with a primary focus on music, liturgy, and preaching. Learn more.
The Laity Event will feature Derrick Scott lll, Executive Director of Campus to City Wesley Foundation, the United Methodist multi-campus ministry in Jacksonville and St. Augustine, FL. He is passionate about raising up a new generation of leaders and laborers who will live as disciples of Jesus Christ to transform the world. Learn more.
Learn more about the “Feet and Paws” Initiative to Relieve Child Hunger and Food Insecurity. It’s not too late to contribute to the cause.
Late Registration for the Michigan Annual Conference continues to be available until May 15. A $50 late fee applies to all late registrants, and this fee will not be covered for retirees and conference equalization members. Late registrants may not receive a program book. If you have not done so, please Register now.
Note, the Service of Recognition, Commissioning, and Ordination for the Classes of 2020 and 2021 will be recorded and broadcast on Sunday, June 13.
As in the past, all interested persons may follow the action live-streamed at 2021.michiganumc.org.