This week the court acted to aid Flint as United Methodists extend 18 months of commitment to the city.
A grant from the Bishop’s Appeal for Flint will buy a mini-bus to facilitate home delivery of water.
Education, nutrition and advocacy go beyond bottled water in the latest recovery efforts.
As Peter Plum goes back to work in the world, Gregory Timmons is named new Water Recovery Coordinator in Flint.
The Crossroads District is launching a series of Community Conversations about the Flint Water crisis starting June 14.
A United Methodist pastor and engineer is on the scene in Flint, testing the water and praising God.
The Michigan Area’s retirement gift to Bishop Deborah Lieder Kiesey will fund services for children impacted by the water crisis in Flint.
Places as far flung as Flint, Michigan and Freetown, Liberia found advocates at the UMW Water Rally on May 16 at General Conference.
This month’s Interpreter Magazine lifts up the response to Flint’s water crisis as an example of the Connection at its best.
Bishop Deborah L. Kiesey will speak at the UMW Water Witness at General Conference in Portland.