A prayerful thank you from Bishop Deb

Fighting malaria means fighting ebola

Not done yet!

Trick or Treat for justice

Online shopping rewards your church

A prayerful thank you from Bishop Deb

As the Michigan Area enters the final weeks of the Imagine No Malaria Initiative, Bishop Deb expresses gratitude for the $1 million raised. She also lends encouragement for an Advent push toward saving 50,000 more lives. read more »

Fighting malaria means fighting ebola

The same skilled health professionals are on the front lines of both malaria and ebola.“It is a blessing that a strengthened infrastructure is in place, thanks to the ministry of Imagine No Malaria,” said the Rev. Gary Henderson.
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Not done yet!

As the Rev. Dr. William Dobbs approaches "life's Sabbath after 42 years of ministry in The United Methodist Church," he shares his plans going forward from July 2015. read more>>

 

 


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Trick or Treat for justice

This year, give your neighbors a fairly traded treat: Halloween chocolate that supports fair wages, farmer-run businesses and sustainable agriculture. read more »

Online shopping rewards your church

Your online shopping through UMCmarket.org can generate hundreds of dollars of revenue for your local church or a designated mission project. Make your congregation aware as the holiday shopping season begins. read more »

General and Jurisdictional Conference Nominations

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