Join the Dakotas and Minnesota Cabinets for a Lenten study around the book “Reckless Love: Jesus’ Call to Love Our Neighbor” by Rev. Tom Berlin.
“It feels at the moment as if it’s a breakthrough, even as difficult as it is to think about us breaking relationships and separating from one another,” Bishop Ough said in a video message.
Four new ministries in the Dakotas-Minnesota Area are helping people with addiction to find recovery, community, and hope.
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“The best gift we can offer God and one another this Christmas is to make a home for Jesus in our lives,” said Bishop Ough.
“I, as your bishop...vow to lead us down whatever path blesses and enables us to be the church God is calling us to be.”
This liminal time is for listening and learning. The questions we need to hold: How will we now be with God? And how will we now be with one another?
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church