Forward in faith

Portland and Peoria ... here they come!

As the moment of retirement nears

Connectional Table proposes greater openness

Liberia celebrates return to health

Forward in faith

On Adrian College's campus, May 13-17, the Detroit Annual Conference grew in understanding of "who we are" and "whose we are." Now members step out into a fruitful future ... read more »

Portland and Peoria ... here they come!

The Rev. Dr. Charles Boayue, newly appointed Superintendent of the Renaissance District, will serve as the head of the Detroit Conference Delegation to the 2016 General and Jurisdictional conferences.   read more>>


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As the moment of retirement nears

With the movers on the way, the Rev. Dr. Dobbs looks forward to time for family and fishing. (Jan and I) "are confident that God, in God’s own time, will reveal the answers to all our Burning Questions!" he notes.... read more


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Connectional Table proposes greater openness

The Rev. Kennetha Bigham-Tsai, Lansing District Superintendent, is a member of the Connectional Table, a church council of sorts for the denomination. She describes the Table's mandate as that of addressing "emerging issues." read more »

Liberia celebrates return to health

On May 11 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia and a United Methodist, led an array of officials offering thanks for the World Health Organization’s declaration that Liberia is ebola free. read more »

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