$1.5 million and still counting!

UN affirms sacred worth of women

Divine dialogue births new plans

Bring your dirty feet to Holy Week

The Wesley brothers visit Michigan

$1.5 million and still counting!

The Rev. Molly Turner, Imagine No Malaria Field Representative for the Michigan Area, announces that contributions from the state's two annual conferences now totals $1,542,269.  read more

 


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UN affirms sacred worth of women

Nichea Ver Veer Guy, active West Michigan laywomen, has just returned from a week in New York. She was the only officer of The United Methodist Women participating in the 59th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. read more »

Divine dialogue births new plans

In Michigan and across the U.S., the Latino/Hispanic population continues to grow. That growth can be measured in spirit as well as in numbers and new strategies are called for.  read more>>


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Bring your dirty feet to Holy Week

Next week the world's two billion Christians celebrate the week book-ended by the festive days of Palm Sunday and Easter. Are you ready to become a servant, like the Master?  read more »

The Wesley brothers visit Michigan

Grand Rapids Trinity United Methodist Church is one of over 700 congregations to have the opportunity to engage with Flat John and Flat Charles Wesley. The project is focused on practicing intentional discipleship. read more »

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