Detroit rises out of the ashes

Last Friday, Michigan Area Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey hosted a group of U.S. urban bishops and their staffs in Detroit. They visited entrepreneuiral ministries in the city and  talked about new life in the church.  ...

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Church keeps clinics open

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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Shop online and receive rewards

UMCmarket.org can generate hundreds of dollars of revenue for your local church or a designated mission project. Make your congregation aware of this opportunity as the holiday shopping season begins....

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Michigan woman alive in mission

Heather Jue-Wong left Ann Arbor this summer to volunteer in the Philippines. She feels blessed by her time with street children. ...

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Cities touched by God's great love

Over 1,000 volunteers from around the state were busy in Detroit and Pontiac on Oct. 4 for the Third Annual Hands 4 Detroit....

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Detroit rises out of the ashes

Church keeps clinics open

Shop online and receive rewards

Michigan woman alive in mission

Cities touched by God's great love

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