The Kim Miller Workshop takes place at Cornerstone UMC, Saturday March 23, 8:30 am to 3:15 pm. As Worship and Campus Designer, Kim Miller creates experiences and environments for worship, events and community life on Ginghamsburg Church’s multiple campuses. Kim’s passion for visually, artistically and theologically connecting people to God fueled the pioneering of Ginghamsburg’s
“Confronting Michigan’s Climate Change” is the focus of the15th annual Keep Making Peace event to be held at University UMC, East Lansing on Saturday, April 1. Bishop David Bard will share a United Methodist perspective. Other presenters are: Dr. David Karowe presenting, “Effects of Climate Change on the Great Lakes Region.” Karowe is a Professor of Biological Sciences
The Church of the Resurrection is hosting a Congregational Care Ministry Seminar, April 27-29, at their main campus in Leawood, Kansas. The CCM Seminar is designed to train volunteers to become partners in ministry with pastors and staff to provide care for a congregation. The Seminar consists of comprehensive training and networking with other local church leaders
“Going to THRIVE was probably the best decision I’ve ever made. It helped me grow in my faith in God and helped me want to be a better leader.” ~2015 participant “THRIVE was a chance to get away from the stress of everyday life and relax in nature with God.” ~2016 participant THRIVE Youth Leadership
A major Christian music event is coming to Mason County Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 7:00 pm.